From October, 8 till October, 26 in gallery "D-137" (Nevsky prospect, 90/92) Edward Lucy-Smith's personal photo-exhibition "Nudes and Landscapes" will be held.
Edward Lucy-Smith - the world famous critic, the poet (a member of the European Academy of poetry, the winner the Prize of memory of John Luellena Risa) and the photographer with works in National portrait gallery collections in London, the Museum of art in New Orleans and the Institute of the American art named after Batler.
At the exhibition the photos originally ordered by BBCÁ for a series of broadcasts about censorship under name "Taboo" will be presented. Three black-and-white images and some the color landscapes impressd during Edward Lucy-Smith’s travel also will be presented. Landscape images subjected to thin digital corrections. It is remarkable, that, if you don’t know about existence of these amendments, it is impossible to catch them.
News source: museum.ru
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