ВЫСТАВКА АВТОРСКОЙ ФОТОГРАФИИ
On August 5, the foundation launched an exhibition of author's photography IMPULSUS in the center of contemporary art in Ulyanovsk.
More than 30 authors from St. Petersburg, Moscow, Perm, Chelyabinsk, Bryansk and other Russian cities will share their personal stories in frames. Photographers from China, India, Georgia will also present their works.
“Impulses” is about inner motivation. This is an impetus to an act that prompts the creator to create, the person to feel, to live. The exhibition is inspired by the general tension in modern society, the world, its changes. In an era when photography has become “content” and man a resource, the main goal of the project is to show the significance of inner human experiences, their spontaneity, strength and freedom.
The curator of the project, Elizaveta Vorobieva, immerses the guests of the exhibition in the variety of forms and shades of the author's photography. In the world of man, where everyday joys and pains, and first love, and quivering memories of family evenings in the apple orchard are intertwined. These are eyes full of tears and hope, and the bewitching calmness of loneliness.
The photographs presented at the exhibition combine the documentary with the surreal, forming an amazing world of feelings, fantasies, which can not only be felt, but also looked at and seen.
The exhibition will be attended by such authors as: Konstantin Shumsky (Member of the Union of Photographers of Russia), Elena Kharitonova, Oleg Astakhov, Natalia Zakharchenko, Yasuhiro Ogawa, Mikhail Ekimov and others.
First International Prize
in the field of contemporary art among teenagers
teen art awards
The Art.Coordinate.Foundation has completed the exhibition project of the first International teen art awards in the field of contemporary art.
The teen art awards has become an important event in the cultural life of not only St. Petersburg, but also other countries and cities. The exhibition of works by awardees and winners was visited by more than 1,500 thousand people, including delegations from Moscow, Yaroslavl, Tver, Ivanovo, Yekaterinburg, Perm and Schlissenburg.
In addition, the exhibition was marked by the visit of guests from foreign countries, namely: Italy, China, Armenia, Georgia and Arab countries, which reinforces the concept of international relations of cultural exchange chosen by the Art.Coordinate.Foundation team.
Charity ball in honor of the 155th anniversary of the Russian Red Cross
Our foundation acted as a partner in a charity ball dedicated to the 155th anniversary of the Red Cross and helped organize an auction, all of which went to the organization's humanitarian programs.
The guests of the ball - representatives of business communities, public organizations - were in the Central Museum of Communications A.S. Popov, where they were able to enjoy an amazing dance department.
In the first part of the ball, crystal and figured waltzes, pas de patiner, waltz gavotte and Hungarian ballroom dance were performed, and in the second - padespan, polka, Moscow quadrille and Russian lyrical dance.
The music was performed by the Benefit Band Brass Ball Orchestra under the direction of conductor Sergei Volsky, a laureate of international festivals and a participant in the largest balls in St. Petersburg.
The host of the auction was a TV presenter, theater and film actor Andrey Urgant. At the auction it was possible to purchase any of the 21 lots - paintings, graphics and ceramics donated to the Russian Red Cross by our Art.Coordinate Foundation.
It is especially pleasing that this auction was the first for our winners of the first International Contemporary Art Award for Teens @teenartawards - Arseniy Varankin and Roman Grishin.
With further events of the foundation, we continue to integrate young creators into projects where they can show themselves and take the next step towards the formation of a creative career.
This evening gave its guests unforgettable emotions, and we wholeheartedly welcome such a valuable partnership for us, because the Red Cross is the oldest humanitarian organization in the world and it is important for us that our contribution serves good deeds and projects that are needed now more than ever.