Lights of Moscow

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Moskva (river), one of the exhibition works

Lights of Moscow — the third personal exhibition of Viktor Pinchuk, held at the summer of 2006 in the exhibition hall of the Russian Cultural Center (Simferopol).[1]

Background[edit | edit source]

Transit through Moscow was a necessary segment of the itinerary of the First creative trip to Africa, particularly in terms of obtaining an Ethiopian visa.

The night views of capital city were shot using a tripod and analog camera. It was not without a minor misunderstanding. By placing his massive equipment on Red Square, the author of the future exhibition aroused the suspicions of the Moscow police, who were patrolling the city: they mistook a Crimean photografer for an illegal entrepreneur, intending to earn money on late-night walkers, but soon law enforcement officers realized what had happened, wish good luck and gone. [2]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. А. Армашевская. "Русский культурный центр (новости) — упоминание о прошедшей выставке". (in Russian). Retrieved April 23, 2023.
  2. В. Пинчук. "Девять шагов с «мыльницей» наперевес (совет третий)". (in Russian). Retrieved April 23, 2023.