I am happy to share the news of the forthcoming photo exposition in Moscow.
On January 18th an open air exhibition will open in the Muzeon Park of Arts. The theme is “EXISTENTIA”, and the exposition is curated by Dr. Nadezhda Kasavina from the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences. The photographers explore the themes of existential philosophy such as one’s presence and self-being in the world, the inherent contradictions of the human existence and getting beyond them, transcending the limits of thinking, experience and reason. Bringing together philosophical and photographic perspectives, and visual expressions of existential experience is at the core of this project.
Existential philosophy has always resonated with me and influenced my artistic approach. So I am honoured and excited to have my work selected among the 24 photographs.
The exhibition opens tomorrow and runs for one month, till the 18th of February.
Muzeon Park of Arts is part of Gorky Park, and the photographs will be placed at the Moscow River bank next to the new Tretyakov Gallery building (address: Krymsky Val, 2). The entrance is free.