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Petr Lovigin
Jamaica

Piotr Lovygin.
From the project “Jamaica”.
2007.
Collection of the artist.
© Petr Lovigin Piotr Lovygin.
From the project “Jamaica”.
2007.
Collection of the artist.
© Petr Lovigin Piotr Lovygin.
From the project “Jamaica”.
2007.
Collection of the artist.
© Petr Lovigin

Piotr Lovygin. From the project “Jamaica”. 2007. Collection of the artist. © Petr Lovigin

Piotr Lovygin. From the project “Jamaica”. 2007. Collection of the artist. © Petr Lovigin

Piotr Lovygin. From the project “Jamaica”. 2007. Collection of the artist. © Petr Lovigin

Moscow, 5.04.2008—9.05.2008

exhibition is over

Zourab Tsereteli Gallery of Fine-Arts

19, Prechistenka street (show map)
opening hours: 12:00 - 20:00, Friday 12:00 - 22:00, Sunday 12:00 - 19:00, day off - Monday.
Tel: + 7 (495) 637-25-69

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Curator: Yekaterina Kondranina
This project is presented by the Museum “Moscow House of Photography”

I remember how some time ago I drew my fantasy on a sheet of paper in my note-book. And one of those sketches turned in a whole voyage.
I remember how I bargained to pay only 8 euros for a Jamaican flag at a store in Barcelona owned by some Indians. It is just that they did not have the flag of my homeland — Costa-Rica. But then Robertino Loretti came to my rescue.

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Curator: Yekaterina Kondranina
This project is presented by the Museum “Moscow House of Photography”

I remember how some time ago I drew my fantasy on a sheet of paper in my note-book. And one of those sketches turned in a whole voyage.
I remember how I bargained to pay only 8 euros for a Jamaican flag at a store in Barcelona owned by some Indians. It is just that they did not have the flag of my homeland — Costa-Rica. But then Robertino Loretti came to my rescue.

I remember how, across the Upper Volga planes, up to the very reggae-bank a girl was riding with this Jamaican flag, stuck into a bicycle seat, while I was just following her and the young Robertino loudly sang from my stereo... «Jamaaaaaaa-aaaaica...» Tum dum dum dum... tum dum dum..., repeated the orchestra.

I remember how I simply photographed what I at the time considered to be beautiful.
Petr Lovigin

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