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Over the next decade he shot more than 1000 editorial spreads and covers for leading fashion magazines in the USA, Germany, Italy, France, UK.
Many of these images have become universally recognizable iconic fashion photographs of the 80s. Liberman pointed out: Denis Piel is one of the great photographers working today...
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents the exhibition In the footsteps of The Sacrifice. The exhibition is based on photos and interviews made this summer on the Swedish island Gotland, where The Sacrifice, the last Andrey Tarkovskys film, was shot 30 years ago.
A special programme of film screenings, lectures and discussions will accompany the exhibition.
The exhibition block of the festival includes projects, covering the evolution of Soviet avant-garde photobooks (The USSR is building socialism. His photographs have appeared on the covers and pages of top fashion magazines such as Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Elle, Donna, Mondo Uomo Glamour, Femme, Amica, Sette, and have been featured in museums and private collections all over the world.
Masterpieces of the Soviet photobooks of the 1930s), The New Spread project, which gives an overview of the recent tendencies in photobook making, presenting authors from CIS countries (curator A. Gastel was born in Milan in 1955 and is descendant in a lineage of an ancient Italian family, the Viscontis.
A series featuring 3 weeks of Coco Chanels life and work will become a special part of the project and will be exhibited in the White Hall of The Lumiere Center.
31 January 15 April, 2018 The exposition consists of works from the project LDPE (low density polyethylene), over which Faulhaber worked for several years starting in 2003.
The name itself already manifests the artificiality of the captured spaces.
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography along with the Czech center in Moscow are pleased to present an exhibition of Viktor Kolar one of the most important Czech photographers of the second part of the 20th century.
The exhibition includes around 60 silver gelatin prints from his Ostrava and Canada series.
In 1979, his work was noticed by the legendary editor of Condé Nast Alexander Liberman.