The exposition is based on the film by Alexei German Jr. will open in the Russian capital
Exhibition-experiment "currently 2017" based on released Russian-Ukrainian-Polish film "Under electric clouds" by Alexei German Jr. opens on the last working day of the week in the Moscow Museum of modern art (MMOMA).
By Herman won the "Silver bear" at the Berlin film festival last " for outstanding achievements in the field of cinema. In the Russian hire the picture was released yesterday the opening of the exhibition on 4 June. First it was claimed that the Film was bound to get in the car and Ukraine, but did not.
"I have no information, he will be released or not," said Fins news Herman. As stated before, in Ukraine came into force a law banning Russian films produced after 2014.
"Project" is currently 2017 ", is shown in MMOMA, Is an art experiment that aims to demonstrate that the process of creating art goes further than simply the process of showing art, " - said the press service of the exposition.
the exhibition will feature objects, photos, videos, and sculptures that were used in the movie: openwork metal 280-pound horse, created by sculptor Antonina Fatkhullin, as well as photographic documentation of the process of working on a number of fine paintings. Viewers will be able to pass on the dais " the Numbers ", which occurs in the film: the boards were custom-made and hand-painted by a team of 10 people charcoal, markers and ink.
The film Herman's happening in 2017. The world is waiting for the big war. Characters live very different lives, but each of them belongs to those who in classical Russian literature called " superfluous people ". This is a story about their life, and overcoming the battle.
Starring in the movie performed Louis Frank, Chulpan Khamatova, Anastasia Melnikova, Merab Ninidze, Viktoriya Korotkova, Karim of Pakachekov, Aleksey Vertinsky, as well as young artists from Russia, Ukraine and Poland. The producers of the film from Russia - Artem Vasiliev, Andrey Savelyev, Rushan Nasibulin, from Ukraine Egor Olesov and Sergey Antonov. The co-producers of the picture - Krzysztof Zanussi and Dariusz Jablonski.
the exhibition will last from 5 to 21 June.