PHOTO SUPREMATISTS

exhibition

12.06 - 23.08.2015

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Volga-Vyatka branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts
with support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
Embassy of Hungary
Hungarian Cultural, Scientific and Information Centre in Moscow
under the patronage of the Honorary Consul of Hungary in Nizhny Novgorod
Elada Nagornaja


PHOTO SUPREMATISTS

12 June - 23 August, in the frames of the Days of Hungary in Nizhny Novgorod
Opening at 19.00 June 11 at the Arsenal


The exhibition of Hungarian photographers is dedicated to the centenary since publication of The Manifesto of Suprematism in 1915. The exposition includes photographs of the famous Hungarian artists Aniko Robic, Karoy Minjo and Balint Sombati inspired by the works of Kazimir Malevich.

Aniko Robic focuses on work with geometric abstractions, using architecture of modern metropolis as a basis.

On photographs of Balint Sombati, curator of the exhibition, the material world seems to disintegrate, it transforms into something unrecognizable and mysterious. His works, monochrome series in particular, present the best illustration of the main exhibition's idea - Suprematist "sensibility" beyond image.

Suprematism of Karoy Minjo is the art created at the intersection of traditional painting, photography and multimedia art.

To the attention of mass media: Please confirm your paticipation in the opening of the exhibition till 12.00 June 11 2015.
Contact person: Andrey Zhuravlev, press@stnn.ru, тел: (831) 296-0907(831) 296-0907 (831) 296-0907(831) 296-0907, моб.: (910) 790-4242(910) 790-4242 (910) 790-4242(910) 790-4242

Exhibition opening hours: Tue.-Thu. 12.00 - 20.00
Admission fee: (including the High Hopes Museum exhibition): 150 rub., discount ticket - 100 rub.
Address: Arsenal, Kremlin, buildung 6, main entrance. www.ncca.ru/nnovgorod
 

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