More than 50 of the most recognizable works of the author. Vivid and surreal pictures are a distinct feature of Bourdin's work, which was inspired by Magritte and Hitchcock. Opting not to follow the rules of fashion publications, he revolutionised the covers of glossy magazines.
Guy Bourdin is best known for his vivid colour photos depicting unusual, surreal and sometimes provocative compositions and paradoxical subjects. On this tour, viewers will learn how some of the artist's techniques originated from his early black and white pictures, and how they subsequently developed in the photographer's later works.
Viewers will get a chance to see a retrospective exhibition of one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, the revolutionary French fashion photographer Guy Bourdin.
The Lumière Brothers Centre for Photography is located on the premises of the Red October Factory and houses exhibition halls, the collection's photo gallery, a bookstore, a library and a café. The expositions are dedicated to the Soviet, Russian and foreign photography of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The story of the life of the writer Ilya Ilf in Moscow
Tour 'Renaissance Man: Portrait Sculpture of the 15th Century'
The quest based on the names of the 7 most famous dogs of the Great Patriotic War
The exhibition of Soviet and Russian artist Tatiana Nazarenko's works
Stories of love in inhuman conditions
A tour through a unique diorama complex created by battle painters from Mitrofan Grekov's studio