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Guided tour by Sergey Melnitchenko of the exhibition

Guided tour by Sergey Melnitchenko of the exhibition

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📅 Date: 14 February 2020, Friday

⏰ Start time: 19:00

📌 Place: Warsaw - Śródmieście dist., Leica 6x7 Gallery Warszawa , ul. Mysia 3 (show on the map)
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[wydarzenie oraz poniższy opis wyłącznie w języku angielskim]

Leica 6x7 Gallery Warszawa is pleased to invite you to a guided tour by Sergey Melnitchenko of the exhibition “Young and free” on Friday at 7 PM.

The exhibition at 6x7 Leica Gallery presents two different photographic cycles. The first one, Young and Free (2017-2019) presents colorful staged portraits of young men, beyond time and civilization. The second is a series of black and white portraits of a woman entitled Her (2018). It is hard to believe that one photographer is able to move so smoothly between subsequent records of photographic intimacy, change shots, models, plans and still maintain coherence and conviction as to the goal that guides him: showing the emotions. And this perhaps is the most difficult task in photography.

Sergey Melnitchenko: Born in 1991 in Mykolayiv, Ukraine. Founder and curator of MYPH photography school and collective. Member of UPHA – Ukrainian Photographic Alternative. Started photography in 2009. For 10 years participated in more than 100 solo and group exhibitions around the world. Winner of Ukrainian and International competitions, including “Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award” in 2017, “Photographer of the year” in 2012, 2013 and 2016 (Kyiv, Ukraine), “Golden Camera” in 2012 (Kyiv, Ukraine). Participant of “Paris Photo” in 2017 and “Volta Art Fair” as part of Art Basel in 2018, 2019.

Leica 6x7 Gallery Warszawa,
Mysia 3, 2nd floor.
Admission free.