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'Cities in Motion' in Zaryadye Park

Take a virtual tour of the most beautiful cities in the world: Rome, New York, Berlin and Moscow, by visiting the 'Cities in Motion' exhibition in the Media Centre Pavilion of Zaryadye Park

The project highlights cityscape and architectural drawing masters, watercolour painters Alvaro Castagnet (Uruguay) and Thomas Schaller (USA), Moscow's Chief Architect Sergei Kuznetsov and architect and graphic artist Sergei Tchoban.  The authors strive to not only reproduce the reality in their works, but to convey sensations of the urban environment.

The exhibition occupies two levels of the Media Centre Pavilion, the entrance and the exhibition halls. The first section of the display shows digital animations. Each author has chosen a city he knows well and loves: Moscow of Sergei Kuznetsov, Berlin of Sergei Tchoban, Rome of Thomas Schaller, and New York of Alvaro Castagnet.  The video will immerse you in the space of paintings and drawings to feel the vibes of the four megacities.

The exhibition hall offers the originals of works used in the animations, as well as other works the artists made while traveling to different countries. Sergei Tchoban's fine and accurate graphic art reflects the idea of cities moving in time.  Thomas Schaller has also managed to convey the feeling of movement in his landscape paintings. The dynamic effect is the basis of Alvaro Castagnet's compositions, built on the balance of clear and blurred outlines. Sergei Kuznetsov's watercolour drawings focus on city life, its architecture, people and traffic. 

Take a virtual tour of the most beautiful cities in the world: Rome, New York, Berlin and Moscow, by visiting the 'Cities in Motion' exhibition in the Media Centre Pavilion of Zaryadye Park

The project highlights cityscape and architectural drawing masters, watercolour painters Alvaro Castagnet (Uruguay) and Thomas Schaller (USA), Moscow's Chief Architect Sergei Kuznetsov and architect and graphic artist Sergei Tchoban.  The authors strive to not only reproduce the reality in their works, but to convey sensations of the urban environment.

The exhibition occupies two levels of the Media Centre Pavilion, the entrance and the exhibition halls. The first section of the display shows digital animations. Each author has chosen a city he knows well and loves: Moscow of Sergei Kuznetsov, Berlin of Sergei Tchoban, Rome of Thomas Schaller, and New York of Alvaro Castagnet.  The video will immerse you in the space of paintings and drawings to feel the vibes of the four megacities.

The exhibition hall offers the originals of works used in the animations, as well as other works the artists made while traveling to different countries. Sergei Tchoban's fine and accurate graphic art reflects the idea of cities moving in time.  Thomas Schaller has also managed to convey the feeling of movement in his landscape paintings. The dynamic effect is the basis of Alvaro Castagnet's compositions, built on the balance of clear and blurred outlines. Sergei Kuznetsov's watercolour drawings focus on city life, its architecture, people and traffic. 

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