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Exhibition in Moscow

M'ARS Contemporary Art Center, Moscow, Russia
Pushkarev pereulok, 5 (Пушкарев пер., д 5): Metro stop – Trubnaya
Exhibit will run through May 31st and will include master classes, lectures and video presentations by well-known and international photographic artists.

Freedom: Being Aware of the Big Picture is the third exhibit from the series, Ways to the Big Picture, a cycle of three contemporary photo-art expositions dedicated to fundamental human life questions. The goal of the series is to help the participating artists as well as those who experience the exhibits “to get the big picture”, to become more aware of their way in finding sense, spirituality and vocation in their individual lives.
Exhibit Concept: From time to time, beauty beckons us to look into the depths of ourselves making us aware of our hopes convictions and feelings. She calls us to find the most sacred in order to give adequate response to the One from whom all true beauty comes.
Beauty is a call to freedom, to a virtuous life as our fundamental option, as the Big Picture of our existence.

Exhibit participants:
Steve Yates, Fulbright Scholar, Russia 2007, 1995, USSR 1991, Photographic Artist, Museum Curator, International Lecturer, Writer, Associate Adjunct Professor, New Mexico, USA
Janez Sever, SJ, Curator of the Workshop on the Mount Art Group, Photographic Artist, Member of the Russian Union of Photographic Artists, USA
Galina Moskaleva, Photographic Artist, Curator of Photographic Projects, Member of the Russian Union of Photographic Artists, Russia
Vladimir Shakhlevich, Photographic Artist, Member of the Russian Union of Photographic Artists, Russia
Vadim Moskalev, Photographic Artist, Member of the Russian Union of Photographic Artists, Russia
Svetlana Gaivan, Photographic Artist, Painter, Member of the Russian Union of Photographic Artists, Russia
Jean-Marc Arakelian, Photographic Artist, Traveler, France
Young artists, graduates of the Workshop Master Class series.

The following Master-classes / Lectures will be part of this exhibition:
"Steve Yates: After Modernism from Rodchenko and Moholy-Nagy to Rauschenberg." - Steve Yates;
The Project Concept and Formal Presentation in Contemporary art - Galina Moskaleva;
Big Picture - Conceptual Photography - Vladimir Shakhlevich;
Color as it is - Vadim Moskalev;
Tradition and Modernity in the photo: Gold leafing - Svetlana Gayvan;
Dialogue between Contemporary Art and Spirituality - Janez Sever, SJ.

The Fulbright Program in Russia. Institute of International Education.
Tverskoy Bul'var 14, building 1, 4th floor, Moscow, Russia 125009.
Tel: +7(495) 935-8353, Fax: +7(495) 937-5418. Contact: info@fulbright.ru