The shell is a symbol in art: the blessed gift of the seas ...
Shells, melancholy collected on the shore under the gentle splashing of the waves - the main souvenir, which is usually brought from the sea. Having become more mature, we appreciate…

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NEW - GOOD FORGOTTEN OLD
Retro-style photography never goes out of style. Proof of this are the works of the famous Russian art-photographer Vladimir Klaviho-Telepnev. Photo assembly - a fresh interpretation of half-forgotten truths, a…

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The shell is a symbol in art: the blessed gift of the seas ...
Shells, melancholy collected on the shore under the gentle splashing of the waves - the main souvenir, which is usually brought from the sea. Having become more mature, we appreciate…

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Classicism: antiquity as a standard

Classicism firmly established in the 17th century European art, having surrendered its position only in the first third of the next century. The classicists worshiped antiquity, piously believed in the idea of ​​the order and logic of the universe, as well as in the limitless possibilities of the human mind.
The time of occurrence, landmarks and artists of classicism
Classicism appeared and was formed in the XVII century. in France, the heyday of absolute monarchy and subsequently spread to Spain, Germany, England, the Netherlands, the USA and Russia, where it arose in the process of Europeanization under Catherine II, who introduced the fashion to everything French. Continue reading

CHRISTOPHER JACQUES: LYRIC WORLD OF RAIN AND SNOW

French photographer Christophe Jacques chooses an unusual time for his work. These are moments when the city is dominated by heavy rain; when the world outside the window, through which rain streams run, resembles a mosaic of colored umbrellas; when habitual images are distorted in a curved mirror of wet asphalt; when the lonely figure of a passerby caught in a blizzard dissolves in the distance …
Christoph Jacquot lives and works in Paris. Film director and screenwriter by profession, once he wanted to capture the rainy weather in Paris. So, quite by chance, the cycle of photo works “Paris in the rain” was born, and soon his photobook was published. Continue reading

SVETLANA POZHARSKAYA: MASTER OF SPIRAL PHOTO

Svetlana Pozharskaya has always been attracted to art, and to art, not large-scale and official, but to her own, personal, sincere. As a child, she literally fell in love with photography, and for half a century this love does not leave her. And during this time, Svetlana herself became one of the best photographers in Russia and Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation.
Pozharskaya was born in 1951. The Soviet era was, perhaps, not the best time for the development of its own photographic style – control, pressure and numerous requirements could kill at the root all the desire to develop. But not from Svetlana. Continue reading

RECEPTION OF MULTIEXPOSITION: 15 BEST MASTERS
Double exposure as one of the ways to create a multi-valued frame, resembling either a dream or a mixture of realities, has always attracted photographers. Intentional vagueness, allegorical and even…

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Pleated fabric. Draperies as a symbol in art
Folded fabric as a visual code accumulates a powerful expressive power. Since the beginnings of classical sculpture, drapery has been a powerful visual tool. In the Middle Ages, it appeared…

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Modern: Russian names.
In every country, modernity had its own name, face, and character. In Russia, the style was called art nouveau, and its representatives skillfully interweaved folklore and that mysterious Russian soul…

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