2 edition of Boris Mikhailov.Tea Coffee Capuccino found in the catalog.
|Statement||Thames & Hudson, Limited|
|Publishers||Thames & Hudson, Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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Although deeply rooted in a specific historical context, his work also narrates more accessible, personal threads of humor, lust, vulnerability, aging and death.
TV-Mania, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Arnsberg, Germany• Manifesta 10, The State Hermitage Museum of the City of St. Biss zu Gast in der Berlinischen Galerie, Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, Germany• CATALOG: FALL 2013 Page 96 INFO AS OF: May 14, 2019 PRESS INQUIRIES Tel: 212 627-1999 ext 217 Fax: 212 627-9484 Email Press Inquiries: TRADE RESALE ORDERS D.
Ukrainian documentary photographer Boris Mikhailov born 1938 is internationally admired for his intense, clear-eyed depictions of his homeland, the Ukraine--most famously, his portrayals of the everyday struggles of the bomzhes, the homeless, a class that dramatically enlarged after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Boris Mikhailov, Museo Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy•Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany• Boris Mikhailov, Galeria Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain• Group Show, Kunstverein Landau, Landau, Germany• Von Malewitsch bis Judd, von Deineka bis Bartana Die Revolution ist tot.
Exclusive Catalog: FALL 2013 p. Boris Mikhailov: Tea Coffee Capuccino For the acclaimed photographer Boris Mikhailov born 1938a society's most significant paradigm shifts are often most clearly perceived in the smallest of everyday transactions.
Mikhailov writes that "only when one sees misery in a Boris Mikhailov.Tea Coffee Capuccino, does one begin to notice it in the street," and throughout the 200-plus photographs in this volume, he takes pains to neither dramatize nor ameliorate the conditions of life in Charkow; and so his tough-minded pictures present a bleak but rigorously honest portrait of the Ukraine and its inhabitants.
Here, the consumerist invasion of western capitalism is everywhere apparent in huge, colorful advertising banners and billboards, but the promises of the so-called Orange Revolution seem to have been fulfilled for only a few.
Photography: New Documentary Forms, Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom• Using this raw and emotive material, Mikhailov touches on themes ranging from the living conditions in post-communist Eastern Europe and the fallen ideals of the Soviet Union to the harsher trials of human existence.
55 hours is a portrait of the artist, wherein he describes the emotions his photographs arouse in him. Boris Mikhailov, Peri Center of Photography, Turku, Finland• 12th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia• PUBLISHER BOOK FORMAT Hardcover, 9 x 12 in.
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La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy• The exhibition underscores his position as a leader and a thinker.
Unseen Existence: Dialogues with the Environment in Contemporary Art, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong, China• I always searched the streets for historical symbols of the present times.