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INNERVISIONS in Moscow


The exhibition is dedicated to independent documentary photography. The theme of the second season is “Documentary Photography of Human Habitats.” The exhibition is comprised of several solo and group exhibitions. The first part includes four of them: Private Life, Urban Space, Foundart, and No Subject, as well as a slide-show and Andrey Krashenitza’s “RostovEveryDay” video series.

© Mikhail Schteinberg

© Mikhail Schteinberg

INNERVISIONS

Annual travelling exhibition project for street and documentary photography, Second season. Part 1. Group exhibitions

August 3-21, 2016

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography

Moscow

www.lumiere.ru 

 

PR Info _ August 3-21, an annual exhibition project Innervisions will be presented at the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow. The exhibition is dedicated to independent documentary photography.

The theme of the second season is “Documentary Photography of Human Habitats.” The exhibition is comprised of several solo and group exhibitions. The first part includes four of them: Private Life, Urban Space, Foundart, and No Subject, as well as a slide-show and Andrey Krashenitza’s “RostovEveryDay” video series.

The project entails a number of mobile exhibitions that take place throughout the year, travelling across Russia and other countries. The opening of the second season was in January 2016 in St. Petersburg, then it was shown in Minsk (Belarus) and Volzhsky. From August till September, the project is to be presented at photo festivals in Tobolsk, Uglich, and Chelyabinsk.

Info + illus. courtesy The Lumber Brothers Center for Photography