"Bergman. Metamorphoses" 18+ Automatic translate
с 13 Ноября
по 16 Декабря
Государственная галерея на Солянке
ул. Солянка, д.1/2, стр. 2
The State Gallery on Solyanka, together with the Embassy of Sweden in Russia, on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of one of the key film directors of the 20th century, Ingmar Bergman, is preparing an unusual exhibition that conceptualizes and reveals the subtle aspects of the master’s method through the work of contemporary artists from around the world.
Exhibition “Bergman. Metamorphoses ”will open on November 13, and under the watchful eye of Karina Karaeva, she will combine video works, installations, photographs, paintings and objects that examine the aesthetics and language of Bergman’s films. Allegory, deconstruction of narrative, estrangement, ultimate figurative symbolism inherent in Bergman’s cinema language, will appear in all possible variations in the works of Spanish Christina Lucas, Swedish artist Natasha Danberg, Alena Tereshko, Korina Schnit, Victor Alimpiev, the group of Tender Women and other Russian and foreign artists.
A public program has been created specifically for the exhibition, in which experts from various fields of art will tell visitors about Bergman’s work and its impact on world cinema and culture. Lectures: Oleg Aronson “Woman and Close-up”; Eugene Maisel "Developing Bergman - Lucretia Martel and her criticism of the bourgeois family"; Sasha Moroz "The Psychology of Bergman Films." Public meetings: Public talk with curator of the exhibition Karina Karaeva and participants in the exhibition “Bergman. Metamorphoses ”about the features of the director’s language; Public talk with the creators and actors of the play "Persona" of the Gogol Center. Concert: Sasha Elina "The musical rhythm of Bergman films."
Participants: Mineral Weather, Victor Alimpiev, Elena Berg, Sonya Viss, Lyudmila Gorlova, Natasha Danberg, Julia Zastava, Kristina Lucas, Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Albina Mokhryakova, Gentle Women, Lor Pruvost, Ben Russell and Ben Rivers, Alena Tereshko, Alexander Chistov, Corinne Schnitt.
Admission by exhibition tickets.
Entrance for the Salt Friends Club is free