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HSE Opens an Exhibition at Khitrovka on History of the Place

This exhibition has become part of the Open University project and is held on the HSE’s Anti-versary. It covers the history of Khitrovka and its surroundings, and offers a historical view of each object.

Stereoscopic Film on Pre-revolutionary Russia to Be Shown in Moscow

Stereoscopic Film on Pre-revolutionary Russia to Be Shown in Moscow
The HSE MIEM 3D Visualization and Computer Graphics Laboratory worked alongside the Sergei Chelnokov Foundation to create a slide film based on the stereoscopic photographs of Russian photographers working at the turn of the 20th century. A viewing of the film will take place on October 18th as part of the exhibition From the Belle Époque to Revolution – the History of Russia through sterophotography 1880–1917 in 3D.

Photo Exhibition ‘Aenigma’ by Eduardo Fiorito

On April 14, 2016 at 19.00 the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design in cooperation with the International Office of the Faculty of Economic Sciences will open the exhibition ‘Aenigma’ by Eduardo Fiorito – leading Italian photographer who works in the direction of conceptual and narrative photography with a specific focus on nature and environment issue.

Earth in Black and White by Sebastião Salgado

The result of an eight-year worldwide survey, the exhibition draws together more than 200 spectacular black and white photographs of wildlife, landscapes, seascapes, and indigenous peoples.

HSE Presents the Exhibition ‘Opening the Collection. The World by Russian Photographer Sergey Chelnokov’ in the Museum of Moscow

HSE Presents the Exhibition ‘Opening the Collection. The World by Russian Photographer Sergey Chelnokov’ in the Museum of Moscow
In October 2015, the Museum of Moscow will exhibit a unique collection of images of pre-revolutionary Moscow from Sergey Chelnokov’s archive, available for the first time for the general public. Most of the photos were made using the then-unique technique of ‘stereo-pairs’, which require the images to be viewed through a special device, creating a 3D picture. A series of lectures ‘Photography and Cultural Memory’ will run alongside the exhibition.

Soviet Photo

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is celebrating its fifth birthday with a project that traces the development of Soviet and Russian photography over the entire 20th century through ‘Soviet Photo’ magazine.
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