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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Gothic: the whole mystic of the Middle Ages
Gothic originated in the middle of the XII century in northern France, in the XIII century, spread to the territory of modern Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Spain, England, and…

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ANDREY BELKOV: MEDITATING WITH A CAMERA
Photography for Andrey is a passion that takes up all his time, free from main activity. That's why he loves landscape and still life, because these genres give him the…

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"VISUAL HOCKEY". MICHAEL KENNA PHOTOS
The work of the English photographer Michael Kenna is famous for the whole world. His black and white landscapes are majestic, silent, quiet, mysterious and unique in their ability to…

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CODRIN LUPE: “PHOTOGRAPHY AS A WAY OF LIBERATION”

Romanian photographer Codrin Lupey began photographing 11 years ago when his daughter was born. “At that time, I could not have imagined that the photo would open up a whole world before me,” he says now that the photo has become, in his own words, a way of expressing deep spiritual quest.
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ART PHOTO OF VLADIMIR SELEZNYEV

Photos of Vladimir Seleznev demonstrate an unusual approach to the creative process – it does not capture an interesting moment, but creates from everything that it sees around, a static plot without a moment, built on the geometry of the forms and the interrelation of colors, giving each viewer the opportunity to interpret the image for themselves.
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“RUKOGRAFIKA”: THE PHILOSOPHICAL PROJECT OF STANISLAVA ARISTOV
The new project of photographer Stanislav Aristov is dedicated to hand language. What is it - the author ponders: an image folded by hand? Drawings on the wall of eternity,…

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Iconography: to see the invisible
From ancient times, icon painting served as a “language for the illiterate” —a special language with its own rules and symbolism. For centuries, master-icon painters have brought it to perfection,…

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