The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography presents Vadim Gushchin’s exhibition, “Object. Function. Image.,” from September 10-29, 2013. This long-awaited project will fill the main halls of the The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography with the selection of more than eighty photographic works created over the last two decades.
This exhibition brings together several bodies of work that the author began to work on in the early 2000s. Each series focuses on one everyday object, plain in form and function—be it a sheet of paper, book, carton box, sealed envelope, knife, plastic cup, jacket or can.
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is a platform designed to work with professional photographers, photographic collections, photo exhibitions, and photo galleries. The Center holds exhibitions prepared by its own curators, as well as to provides facilities to other interesting projects in this area, including the Parallel Program to the Moscow Biennale, of which Gushchin is a participant.
The Lumiere Brothers Center of Photography
There is also planned a talk to be given by Moscow-based publisher Maarten Schilt, which will include the presentation of Vadim Gushchin’s book, Everyday Objects/Cultural Treasures, published this year by Schilt Publishing.
Blog post by:
Keavy Handley-Byrne, Intern