The exhibition of photographs by Japanese photographer Nobuyushi Araki is an ambivalent and thought-provoking show. Araki, known as a first-class artist with a penchant for display of naked females, urban landscapes and floral arrangements, has unexpectedly presented visitors with an ambiguous collection of photographs in which reality intertwines with fiction and the prevailing motifs are decay, drying and farewell to life. The puzzles of this collection are interesting, and visitors are invited to solve them.© 2016-2020 moscovery.com
Date:08 December 2018 - 02 February 2019
Place: RuArts Gallery
Address: Moscow, lane 1-St Zachatievsky, 10
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25 November 2019 - 09 February 2020Thomas Gainsborough’s works will be brought to the Pushkin Museum from Great Britain. The celebrated 18th-century English portraitist left a rich heritage of paintings, preserved in the National Gallery in London, the Royal Academy of Arts and Gainsborough’s House in Sudbury.