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A L E X E Y L Y U B I M K I N

MARCO SANGES


Alexey Lyubimkin was born in Novosibirsk, Russia in 1963. He graduated as a specialist architect from Sverdlovsk’s Architectural Institute in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Since then he has managed the institute’s Scientific Research department, worked as a professional architect, published the Russian art magazine ‘Russian Gallery’ and was involved with the development and growth of the Artist Centre at Moscow’s Tretyakov Gallery. He is one of the founders of London’s Hay Hill Gallery, a member of Russian Photo Artists Union and member of the International Journalist Union. His photos are in private collections worldwide, including Russia, Great Britain, Germany, USA, and Mexico. In 2013 he established and now manages Moscow’s Savvinskaya Arts Centre, where he also has a permanent exhibition and a framing shop.


Bright Fields Digital print 40 x 72 cm

‘Like many people, I like to travel and make my own discoveries. I often carry my camera with me, which becomes my interpreter and even my companion in conversations with these different cities.’


‘For me, photography is a creative reconsideration of the environment around us – whether created by nature or manmade. Not merely an imitation of reality, but more a personal interpretation filtered through modern technologies. My works differ in character, but all are focused towards graphic composition. In transforming the colours and shifting perspectives around, I create a more optimistic, positive reality. The spectator’s attention is drawn away from the concrete image towards their own abstract impressions. This tactic of shifting distinctions remains for me as the main principle of the development. By using technological decisions, I hope to create the base for infinite set of new ways.’ Under The Bridge C-print 120 x 80 cm


Marco Sanges is an imaginative and innovative photographer who has exhibited worldwide. He first experienced the process of developing and printing black and white photography at his uncle’s photographic lab.

Dazzled by fashion, he went on to become a photographer for Vogue Italia before moving to London, where he now lives. Clients include: In The Morning Cutler and Gross, Agent Provocateur, Vogue, C-print Sunday Telegraph, Photo, Katalog, 80 x 80 cm Dolce&Gabbana, Eyemazing


Light Lines

C-print 70 x 120 cm


Solero

C-print 120 x 70 cm


Reflections C-print 70 x 90 cm


Under The Bridge C-print 120 x 80 cm


On A Side Street C-print 80 x 80 cm


High Rise

C-print 80 x 80 cm


At The Entrance

C-print 80 x 80 cm


In Black And White C-print 80 x 80 cm


Beside The Thames C-print 120 x 80 cm


Across The River C-print 120 x 80 cm


The South Bank C-print 70 x 120 cm


Silver Birch C-print 80 x 80 cm


Reaching

C-print 120 x 80 cm


Lights

C-print 80 x 120 cm


Looking Up C-print 80 x 80 cm


Harmony

C-print 64 x 120 cm


Street Lights C-print 80 x 80 cm


Flowers

Digital print 50 x 50 cm


Trees And Hills Digital print 50 x 65 cm


Tuscan Hills Digital print 50 x 77 cm


The Midday Sun

Digital print, 50 x 71 cm


Sunlight

Digital print 40 x 72 cm


Drifting Clouds Digital print 40 x 72 cm


Tuscany Landscape Digital print 40 x 70 cm


Leonardo Bridge Digital print 40 x 72 cm


Cypress Trees Digital print 40 x 69 cm


Spires

Digital print 40 x 72 cm


Distances Away Digital print 40 x 70 cm


On A Hillside Digital print 40 x 72 cm


Bright Fields Digital print 40 x 72 cm


A New Day Digital print 40 x 72 cm


Hay Fields Digital print 40 x 72 cm


Rooftops

Digital print 50 x 50 cm


Breaking Through Digital print 50 x 50 cm


In The Distance Digital print 50 x 50 cm


Afternoon Walk Digital print 50 x 50 cm


Horizons

Digital print 50 x 50 cm


In The Vineyard Digital print 50 x 51 cm


Tall Trees

Digital print 65 x 50 cm


Selected Exhibitions: 2013 Savvinskaya Arts Centre, Moscow 2011 City Colours, Restaurant's Business exhibition, Moscow, Crocus City 2010 City Colours, Milk Business Exhibition Moscow, VVC City Colours, MosBuild Exhibition, Moscow, Crocus City Life Is Wonderful, Moscow, CHA City Colours, City Build, Moscow, VVC 2009 Hay Hill Gallery, London Central House of artists, Moscow 2008 Global Gallery, Sydney 2008 Olga Lamdon Gallery, Brussels Art Sport Gallery, Dusseldorf Art New York, New York 2006- 2009 Regular exposition in the art-cafe AKVAREL, Moscow 2007 Central House of Artists, Moscow Art Maneg, Moscow KARTINA, Moscow 2006 Central House of Artists, Moscow 2005  Hay Hill Gallery, London


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Alexey Lyubimkin  

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