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Photo Exhibition Pristine Russia. Selected Works "
October 12, 2020 13:25

The Darwin Museum is hosting the exhibition “Pristine Russia. Selected Works", continuing the program of the festival "Meet the Reserves!" The festival is intended to demonstrate the amazing beauty of Russian nature to the general public, as well as draw attention to the problems of nature reserves and national parks, ecotourism and volunteerism.

The exposition presents works by several photographers, with the pictures dedicated to large author's projects definitely standing out among them. 
One of the most memorable expositions of the festival is Liana Varavskaya's photo story dedicated to the life of brown bears.
“The South Kamchatka Wildlife Reserve is home to the largest protected population of bears in the world. Where else, if not by the Kuril Lake,  can you observe their life and behavior in their natural habitat from a close but safe distance?"
As theirs is a dense population, they communicate a lot with each other. It is to this part of their life that the photographer draws the viewers' attention. 

Andrey Shpatak presents a very interesting project. He debunks the myth that you need to go to the Red Sea or the Great Barrier Reef for undersea beauty. Andrey takes pictures in the Sea of ​​Japan, and looking at them, nobody can ever doubt about its abundance and beauty.
Unique photographs of narwhals, the so called “sea unicorns” - can be seen in the photo report about the expedition “Narwhal. Legend of the Arctic ”, that took place in the Arctic Ocean. Vladimir Ryabkov presents fantastically beautiful, breathtaking landscapes. Igor Shpilenok not only photographs the infinitely beautiful protected forests of Russia, but struggles fairly hard for their preservation.

The exhibition precedes the VIII All-Russian Nature Festival "Pristine Russia", which will be held in Moscow from January 29 to March 14, 2021. The Europe's largest nature and photography festival will traditionally run in one of the best exhibition spaces of Moscow - in the western wing of the New Tretyakov Gallery in the halls of the Union of Artists of Russia located  at the address 10, Krymsky Val Street, Moscow. The Festival "Pristine Russia" is the largest project of its kind in Russia and one of the largest in the world. In 2021, the focus will be on a new educational and discussion project dedicated to eco-tourism.

Where: the State Darwin Museum at address 57, Vavilova Street, metro station Akademicheskaya and Profsoyuznaya, Moscow.
When: September 15, 2020 - November 22, 2020.
Open Hours: 10 am to 6 pm on Tue, Wed, Fri-Sun; 10 am to 9 pm on Thu.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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