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Festival "Primordial Russia" in the Central House of Artist
January 16, 2019 14:03


From January 18 to February 17, 2019, the 6th All-Russian Nature Festival “Primordial Russia” will be held in Moscow.
Primordial Russia is one of the largest and most interesting festivals dedicated to the wildlife of Russia.
It has been running since 2014 and every year attracts more and more admirers of the beauty of Russian nature. For a whole month long, unique photos by naturalist photographers are exhibited in Moscow and then travel around many cities in Russia and other countries. Over three years, over 2.5 million people in 70 countries around the world visited the Pristine Russia Festival.
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This bright exhibition project has also become an authoritative venue for sharing experience among experts in the fields of photo art, environmental protection, and ecotourism. The festival organizers strive to even more expand and open up its format. The task is to reflect as fully as possible the artwork of Russian naturalist photographers and display the diversity of Russian wildlife.
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The thoroughly selected photo exposition shows the many-sided nature of Russia to visitors. Landscapes of the most remote and beautiful nooks of this country as captured by the best photographers produce an indelible impression.
Unique, almost psychological portraits of wild animals make us wonder whether we know it all about the inhabitants of our planet Earth.
The exposition is divided into several climatic zones: the Arctic desert, tundra, forest-tundra, taiga, forest, and forest-steppe zones, steppe, semi-desert, and desert. In each of the zones, you can see the unique natural landscapes of Russia and get acquainted with their inhabitants.
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Winners of the All-Russian Children's Photography Competition will also take part in the project. Despite their age, lots of young photographers managed to take high-end pictures. Experienced masters specializing in wildlife photography appreciated these works.
The members of the China Wildlife Conservation Association will be the guests of honour at the festival. Their works will acquaint visitors with unique landscapes and animals that are characteristic of their country.
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Of particular interest are the wildlife images taken by a Hungarian photographer near a nuclear power plant. Vincze Balint with his photographs proves that the work of a nuclear power plant does not have to entail negative consequences for the environment.
Another exhibition of the festival deserves special attention. Its organizer is the international information agency Russia Today. A series of photos tells about the life of the famous Russian recluse Agafya Lykova. This old woman lives in the wild forests of Siberia, far from civilization, where her life depends on herself only. In addition to photos, the exhibition organizers provide additional materials – having downloaded a special application, you will learn more about the recluse and her life.
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See details on the official website of the festival
Where: the Central House of Artist at the address 10, Krymsky Val Street, next to metro stations Oktyabrskaya, Park Kultury, and Polyanka, Moscow.
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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Festivals in Moscow Exhibitions in Moscow Photography Russian Nature Ecotourism 

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