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Ezra Stoller’s Pioneers of American Modernism, Exhibition

Ezra Stoller’s Pioneers of American Modernism, Exhibition
Date:20 September 2018 - 20 February 2019
add to calendarAdd to calendar 2018-09-20 2019-02-20 Europe/Moscow Ezra Stoller’s Pioneers of American Modernism, Exhibition Works of photographer Ezra Stoller, who is considered by followers from all over the world as a trendsetter in the field of architectural photography, have been provided for the exhibition by eminent American museum collections and give visitors a complete picture of Stoller’s working methods and techniques. Moscow - info@moscovery.com

Place: Lumiere Brothers Gallery
Address: Moscow, Bolotnaya embankment, 3, p. 1
Website: lumiere.ru
Ticket Price: Up to 500 rubles

Works of photographer Ezra Stoller, who is considered by followers from all over the world as a trendsetter in the field of architectural photography, have been provided for the exhibition by eminent American museum collections and give visitors a complete picture of Stoller’s working methods and techniques. They serve as a basis for various research studies, lectures, discussions, annual curator tours and film screenings. The exhibition has been organized with the support and assistance of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow.

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