Canons of Beauty by Giovanni Gastel
16.03.2017 - 09.05 2017
Lumiere Brothers gallery presents the exhibition of the internationally acclaimed Italian photographer Giovanni Gastel. For more than forty years, Giovanni Gastel has created a world of fashion and photography all his own. 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.
I know them… Exhibition to the Igor Gnevashev’s memory
01.02.2017 - 05.03. 2017
From 1st February at the White Hall of The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography will take place an exhibition devoted to the memory of Igor Ivanovich Gnevashev, the recipient of prize “Golden Eye of Russia”, the expert, whose name was listed to the World encyclopedia “Modern photographer”.
DENIS PIEL. FILM STILLS. FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY BY DENIS PIEL.
08.02.2017 - 07.05. 2017
Lumiere Brothers gallery presents the first Russian exhibition of the internationally acclaimed fashion photographer Denis Piel. The exhibition features around fifty iconic photographs that have been taken for the leading fashion magazines in the USA and Europe: Vogue, GQ, and Vanity Fair.
Howard Schatz. Schatz images: 25 years
19.01.2016 - 12.03. 2017
Lumiere Brothers Gallery presents the first repsonal Howard Schatz's exhibition in Russia.
The retrospective exhibition reflects the 25-year professional career of the world known master.
MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV: BODY METAPHYSICS
12.10.2016 - 22.01. 2017
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents the exhibition MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV: BODY METAPHYSICS by the American photographer Robert Whitman. This exhibition includes approximately sixty images of the Soviet-American dancer and choreographer Mikhail Baryshnikov, recognized as one of the greatest ballet dancers of the XX century, and will premiere in Moscow this October.
Jock Sturges. Absence of Shame
07.09.2016 - 30.10. 2016
“One of the most important elements in my work is an absence: the absence of shame”. Jock Sturges
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents an exhibition of one of the more celebrated and controversial photographers of the last decades, Jock Sturges.
Sandro Miller. Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters
02.06.2016 - 28.08. 2016
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters, a photographic collaboration between Chicago photographer Sandro Miller and actor John Malkovich. The project has successfully traveled throughout the world, both in Europe and the Americas, and has been featured as a special project during the oldest and most influential Rencontres d'Arles Photo Festival in the summer of 2015.
Antanas Sutkus. Nostalgia for bare feet
07.04.2016 - 29.05. 2016
From April 7 to May 29, 2016, the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography will hold an exhibition of Antanas Sutkus Nostalgia for bare feet. The exhibition will feature more than one hundred works created by the master of Lithuanian photography between 1959 and 1979, many of which have never been shown before.
27.01.2016 - 03.04. 2016
The Lumiere Brother Center for Photography presents a new exhibition on January 27 Gaudeamus, the opening of which will coincide with the celebration of Student’s Day in Russia. Encompassing works of Soviet photographers from the Center’s collection, private collections, and university and historical archives, the exhibition shows what student life was like during various decades and reminds viewers their years as a student. The photographs capture the spirit of student life, which has been for centuries celebrated in the famous anthem Gaudeamus.
Naum Granovsky’s Grand Style
09.12.2015 – 24.01. 2016
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents Naum Granovsky’s Grand Style. The exhibition encompasses acknowledged works of the photographer and pictures from his numerous trips across the country, previously unseen by the public. Exploring the legacy of one of the leading architectural photographers of the Stalin era, the exhibition will trace the development of representation of Soviet cities in photography and will revisit Granovsky’s Grand Style from the perspective of modern architecture and photography.
Kacper Kowalski. Side Effects
09.12.2015 – 31.01. 2016
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to present an exhibition of Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski, whose series of works, such as Toxic Beauty, Flood from the Sky, and Polish Autumn have received numerous international awards. The exhibition will showcase his most recent project Side Effects, which was also published as the artist’s very first monograph.
Anton Lyalin. Disappearing Africa
28.10.2015 – 6.12. 2015
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents the third solo exhibition of Russian photographer Anton Lyalin Disappearing Africa, which encompasses 13 works devoted to the continent.
Elliott Erwitt's Kolor at Red October
03.10.2015 – 29.11. 2015
Although Kodak introduced its first color films in the 1930s, it took a long time to find a technically satisfactory method of printing – color prints were unstable and failed to correspond to intensity and saturation of the original positive film. Thus, collectors and museums neglected color photography for several decades. In addition, despite the fact that John Szarkowski curated a solo show of William Eggleston, who is regarded as a pioneer of color photography, at MoMA in 1976, most photographers still didn't consider color photography to be a suitable medium for artistic expression. Back then, color photography was mostly employed for editorials and advertising and was shelved in the archives eventually. Elliott Erwitt's color photographs met the same fate.
14.05 – 6.09. 2015
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography marks its 5th anniversary with an exhibition that spans the history of Soviet and Russian photography of the 20th century as seen through the magazine Soviet Photo.
Laurent Chéhère. Airy Worlds
15.04 - 12.07. 2015
The Lumiere Bothers Center for Photography is delighted to present “Airy worlds” – the first solo exhibition in Russia of prominent French photographer Laurent Chéhère. The display features a distinguished selection of 13 works from the ”Flying houses” series, which has been successfully exhibited in New-York, London and Rio de Janeiro.
Jesse Alexander. The Birth of Formula One
01.04. 2015 – 7.06. 2015
The Lumiere Bothers Center for Photography is pleased to present an exhibition featuring the photographs by Jesse Alexander of the Formula One races from 1954 to 1971, which would later become recognized as a Golden Age of racing. Jesse Alexander's legendary archive of motorsports photography provides a thrilling insight into this spectacular period.
Wynn Bullock. Immersion
18.03 - 10.05. 2015
The retrospective features 60 black-and-white works tracing Bullock’s evolution from his early experimental work of the 1940s, through the mysterious black-and-white imagery of the 1950s and color light abstractions of the 1960s, to his late metaphysical photographs of the 1970s.
Emmanul Evzerikhin. The Last Session
04.02.2015 - 29.03 2015
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to present an exhibition of one of the classics of soviet documentary photography – Emmanul Evzerikhin. “The Last Session” is a project about the last days before the war that nobody expected. It is a project about fragility of peace on earth and importance of its maintenance; it’s is a project about the last generation of kids who had spent their carefree childhood before World War II that left its traces not only on the generation that survived it but on all posterity as well. The exhibition features several series by Evzerikhin from the late 1930s – the last serene days when despite repressions soviet people were falling into all-embracing collectivism euphoria with belief in a better tomorrow and bright future. Photographs of the younger generation reflect the atmosphere of these years the best way.
15.01 - 15.03. 2015
Through a selection of works from different time-periods and mediums (photography, collage and cinema), PROzavod explores the evolution of the industrial imagery in Russia between avant-garde of the 1920s and present day. The exhibition features vintage photographs from the collection of The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography, modern prints, audio and video compositions and publications.
Sabine. Hommage a la photographe Sabine Weiss
In anticipation of the Christmas Holidays, The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents a solo exhibition of a Swiss-French photographer, Sabine Weiss. The exhibition is arranged to coincide with the 90th anniversary of Sabine Weiss’ birth that she celebrated this summer.
ELVIS. Birth of a Legend. Alfred Wertheimer
29.10.2014 – 14.12. 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to present Alfred Wertheimer’s exhibition – the photographer who was fortunate enough to capture Elvis Presley in the very beginning of his journey to stardom. The exhibition at the Big Hall of the center features sixty black-and-white portraits of the “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll”, covers of his numerous recordings and documentaries.
Personal photographer. Lawrence Schiller
24.09. 2014 -23.11. 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of Lawrence Schiller, one of the remarkable masters of portrait photography and a great figure in cinematography. Known as the “Personal photographer”, Schiller worked with Marilyn Monroe, photographed Richard Nixon’s and Robert Kennedy’s campaigns for Presidency in the United States and collaborated with plenty of Hollywood stars. His photographs repeatedly appeared on the covers of Life, Sport, Playboy, Glamour and The Saturday Post.
Harold Feinstein. Playground of America
12.09 - 26.10. 2014
A retrospective exhibition of a celebrated figure of the New York street photography scene Harold Feinstein features his famous photographs of Coney Island and street photography as well as documentary series from the Korean War, nude studies and still-life.
Large Scale. Documentary prose by Romualdas Požerskis
13.08.2014 - 02.11. 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents a solo exhibition of a famous Lithuanian photographer Romualdas Požerskis. Moscow has not yet hosted such a vast selection of Požerskis oevre. The exhibition Large Scale features over seventy of the artist’s black-and-white prints from seven major series created from 1974 to 2005.
Shigeru Yoshida. Calm Wayfaring
16.07.2014 - 21.09. 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center of Photography presents an exhibition of a Japanese photographer Shigeru Yoshida. The exhibition encompasses 22 black–and-white photographs, made in the unique «Fresco Giclée» technique. The artist will open the exhibition and hold a lecture.
HUMAN COMEDY OF MANNERS by Sasha Gusov
11.06.2014 - 10.08. 2014
What does the humanity do when no one keeps an eye on it? It goes down the drain with gusto. Looking at Gusov’s black-and white photographs, you make sure that the humanity deserves every inch of the crisis it faces again. The photographer has been working for the last 25 years to show us the evidence of this fact in its entirety.
Erwin Volkov. Erwin’s Road
24.04.2014 - 08.06. 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography discovers a new name in photography and presents the solo-exhibition of the intriguing Russian-German photographer Erwin Volkov Erwin’s Road. The exhibition features over sixty black-and-white photographs of the 1950s – 1960s from the newly discovered archive.
Arno Rafael Minkkinen. Retrospective
25.03 – 25.05. 2014
Over the past four decades, Minkkinen has been engaged as a teacher, curator, and writer while continuing to devote his photographic energies exclusively to the self-portraits. Seamlessly entering natural and urban scenes, he creates photographs that can be perceived as a montage or computer manipulated images. His interaction with nature is akin to mimicry – Minkkinen becomes a native element of the environment, merging with it, extending and drawing perspectives and lines. Finland, Norway, Sweden, France, Italy, China, and the American West have been his favorite hunting grounds.
Genius loci. Classical Lithuanian photography
05.02.2014 –23.03. 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents a major exhibition project Genius loci. Classical Lithuanian photography, which features over two hundred photographs by fifteen most prominent Lithuanian photographers of the second half of the 20th century.
Peter Miller. Wayfinding. Photogravure etchings
4.12.2013 – 26.01. 2014
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to present Wayfinding, a collection of photogravure etchings by Peter Miller, which will take place at the Small Hall of the Lumiere Center. Peter Miller is one of the few practitioners of the photogravure process today. In this process, a photographic image is made by printing from a photochemically etched metal plate. With the photogravure technique, a resist is exposed with ultra-violet light through a positive transparency and an aquatint screen, creating a transfer of the positive image to copper plate by etching, coloring the plate and printing the image with a hand-operated printing machine.
From ABBA to ZAPPA. Seventies Rock Photography. Gijsbert Hanekroot
23.10.2013 – 8.12. 2013
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is pleased to present solo exhibition of musical photographer Gijsbert Hanekroot From ABBA to ZAPPA. Seventies Rock Photography that will take place in the Big Hall of the center.
Vadim Gushchin. Object-Function-Image
11.09 - 29.09. 2013
<i>Object – Function – Image</i>, a major retrospective of the highly acclaimed contemporary Russian photographer, Vadim Gushchin, is a collection of early foundational black and white series and recent colour photographs. The exhibition includes 80 works spanning the last 12 years of the artist’s career.
The Moscow Stories. Twentieth century. Part 2
27.06.2013 - 08.09. 2013
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents an exhibition “The Moscow Stories. Twentieth century. Part 2” devoted to the key events in the history of Moscow from the 1960s to 1990s. The exhibition encompasses 250 photographs by 50 prominent Russian artists.
Igor Palmin. Towards the Light
15.05.2013 - 30.06. 2013
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents “Towards the Light” - a series of architectural works by Igor Palmin
Yakov Ryumkin. Take your chance to live
13.02 – 12.05. 2013
Encompassing 85 works, Take your chance to live explores the work of the outstanding Soviet photographer Yakov Ryumkin (1913–1986). The exhibition focuses on the most fruitful decades of Ryumkin’s work, bringing together reports of war and daily life of Soviet people from the 1940s–1960s.
Steve Schapiro. Living America
24.10 - 09.12. 2012
Through a selection of 120 works Living America explores the work by the prominent American photojournalist Steve Schapiro, bringing together social documentary, celebrity portraiture and street photography.
Wendy Paton. Visages de Nuit
05.09.2012 - 07.10 2012
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents an exhibition of an award winning fine art photographer Wendy Paton and her series Visages de Nuit. The exhibition will be accompanied with the launch of her first monograph Visages de Nuit (Kehrer Verlag, 2012).
Vladimir Antoshchenkov. St. Petersburg. Urban Classic
11.07.2012– 16.09. 2012
Vladimir Antoshchenkov’s solo exhibition St.Petersburg. Urban Classic in The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is an important event in Moscow’s art scene. The best photographer among the architects (that`s how we should actually call Antoshchenkov) is a stranger in the capital. Either Moscow doesn’t draw an eye of the perfectionist urbanist, or just the artist’s hometown still remains a source of photographic inspiration. Nevertheless, the number of books and albums, which were published one by one in the last 10 years, (“Unserious Petersburg”, “Inimitable Petersburg”, “The Courtyards of Petersburg”, “The life of sculpture in the city”, “Wintry Petersburg”, “Poems and Photographs”, etc.), and exhibitions held all over the country, is really impressive.
100 years of Russian history in faces
20.06 - 16.09. 2012
Encompassing around 300 photographs, 100 years of Russian history in Faces, traces the evolution of Russian society in the 20th century through its characteristic types, captured by some of the most celebrated Russian and Soviet photographers. Shaped by their time and surroundings, they bring us in contact with Russian history both through their approaches to photography and subjects.
GREG GORMAN. A DISTINCT VISION: 1970-2010
18.04.2012 – 17.06. 2012
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents a retrospective exhibition celebrating four decades of photography by Greg Gorman. Best known for his celebrity portraits and nudes, Gorman’s exhibition will include more then 190 images.
Mark Markov-Grinberg. The Soviet Era
29.02 - 15.04. 2012
The selection of around 180 works entitled The Soviet Era by Markov-Grinberg (1907–2006) examines the photographer’s work over the course of four decades spanning reports on rustic and factory labor, war reportage, cityscapes, and portraits of celebrities such as Sergei Eisenstein and Yuri Gagarin.
Ruth Orkin. Retrospective. 1939 – 1981
08.12.2011 - 29.01. 2012
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is proud to announce an exhibition by the outstanding American photographer Ruth Orkin that will be shown in Russia for the first time.
Soviet photography of the 1960s–1970s
28.05 - 12.09. 2010
Featuring more than 350 prints by 70 photographers, Soviet Photography of the 1960’s–1970’s presents a comprehensive retrospective look at the explosive development of Soviet photography that occurred from1960s to1970s.
Vladimir Lagrange. The way we lived
23.12 - 18.01. 2009
The way we lived, a solo exhibition of prominent Soviet and Russian photographer Vladimir Lagrange traces the evolution of Soviet society from the Thaw to the collapse of the Soviet Union. He presents a mythical USSR of triumphs in science and industry in the 1960s and 1970s, becomes increasingly conserned about the unseen or ignored side of society towards the 1980s and immerses himself in the troubling narratives of the late 1980s and 1990s. The exhibition features 200 works produced over 40 years.