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David Lynch Presents His Personal Exhibitions in Moscow
7.04.2009 11:55
David Lynch Presents His Personal Exhibitions in Moscow

Film director David Lynch is coming to Moscow for the opening of his personal exhibitions - Fetish and The Air is on Fire - that will be held in the Garage Centre for Modern Culture and the EKATERINA Cultural Foundation from 8 and 10 April respectively.
      In EKATERINA in the framework of the festival Fashion and Style in Photography the visitors will see Lynchs largest exposition to date that reveals the personality of the cult director as an artist. The exhibition, which was first time demonstrated in the Cartier Modern Art Foundation in 2007, comprises painting, photography, drawings, lithographs, experimental films and sound etudes created since the 1960s. The exhibition runs till the 12th of July.
      The preliminary photo project Fetish to be launched in the Garage Centre actually continues the theme of creative relations between a designer and a director: David Lynch in his manner of mystery and eroticism has portrayed the Crazy Horse Cabarets girl dancers in shoes from Christian Louboutin. The result of this cooperation can be seen in Moscow till May 6.


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