The Gallery-G8 represents dozens of unique images and several paintings by the famous artist Andrei Chezhin, the rare Suprematist compositions by classic of the Soviet avant-garde El Lissitzky and art works by iPhoneography artist Natali Prosvetova.
The exhibition will run from November 10 to December 3 in the space of G8-Gallery, Gorki-8, Moscow
The works by Chezhin stored in the best museums of the world – the Hermitage (St. Petersburg) State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), the Russian National Library (St. Petersburg), Mikhail Shemyakin Foundation; The Navigator Foundation, Boston, USA; Columbus Museum of Art, as well as the largest private collections.
The unique scenic works by El Lissitzky 20s years of the twentieth century from the private collection becomes the semantic center of the exhibition. Lissitzky combines at once the monochrome philosophical works by Chezhin with experiments by young i-artist Natali Prosvetova, who works with iPhoneography art.
IPhoneography is a pretty modern and democratic trend in the art of photography, which appeared quite recently, but it has already gained significant worldwide popularity. The gallery will feature the i-artworks by Prosvetova which are performed in the spirit of the Russian avant-garde 20s.
A selection of her works have been exhibited at the Renaissance Fine Art & Design Gallery in Carmel, USA, at the Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa (MINA) in New Zealand, at the first WiAM exhibition in Naples, Italy, as well as in the LA Mobile Arts Festival 2012 in Santa Monica Art Studios, USA; BiiAM Belgitude iPhoneography exhibition in Belgium at The Jonas Gallery, etc.
…and I am, yours truly NaProsvet =)