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Alexander Rodchenko. From Still Art Foundation collection

The Lumiere Brothers Center of Photography presents an exhibition of works by the outstanding Russian avant-garde artist Alexander Rodchenko from the collection of Still Art Foundation created by Elena and Mikhail Karisalov. The exhibition will include works of Rodchenko from different years, from the first photo experiments of the 1920s to the end of the 1930s. The exhibition will feature famous portraits of Rodchenko's friends: artists, architects, poets, writers, filmmakers, employees of LEF and New LEF magazines, — including a famous portrait of Lili Brik, which became the basis for the poster of Lengiz, several photos of Vladimir Mayakovsky from the first photo session in Rodchenko's Studio on Myasnitskaya street (1924) and the famous photo of Osip Brik, where word LEF is mounted instead of one of the lenses of his glasses. The exhibition will also include portraits of the family: mothers of the photographer, his wife Varvara Stepanova and daughter Varvara Rodchenko, architectural shooting and photo reports: the legendary 'Balconies' (1925), 'Fire escape ladder' (1925), 'Ladder' (1929), and 'Pioneer Trumpeter' (1930) and 'Pioneer Girl' (1930).
The Lumiere Brothers Center of Photography presents an exhibition of works by the outstanding Russian avant-garde artist Alexander Rodchenko from the collection of Still Art Foundation created by Elena and Mikhail Karisalov. The exhibition will include works of Rodchenko from different years, from the first photo experiments of the 1920s to the end of the 1930s. The exhibition will feature famous portraits of Rodchenko's friends: artists, architects, poets, writers, filmmakers, employees of LEF and New LEF magazines, — including a famous portrait of Lili Brik, which became the basis for the poster of Lengiz, several photos of Vladimir Mayakovsky from the first photo session in Rodchenko's Studio on Myasnitskaya street (1924) and the famous photo of Osip Brik, where word LEF is mounted instead of one of the lenses of his glasses. The exhibition will also include portraits of the family: mothers of the photographer, his wife Varvara Stepanova and daughter Varvara Rodchenko, architectural shooting and photo reports: the legendary 'Balconies' (1925), 'Fire escape ladder' (1925), 'Ladder' (1929), and 'Pioneer Trumpeter' (1930) and 'Pioneer Girl' (1930).
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