the Museum presents the project “Our Victory – 75” the portal “History of Russia in photographs”. Starting the ninth of may, it will last until June 24, the day of the Victory Parade.
Every Thursday there will be “activated” a new virtual exhibition. This will allow you to see the main events of the great Patriotic war in chronological order through the lens of reporters.
In the Golden Fund of Soviet and world photos of the war years forever includes photos Dmitri Baltermants, Yevgeny khaldei, Arkady Shaikhet, Emmanuel Evzerihin, George Petrusova, Ivan Shagin, James khalipa, Vsevolod Tarasevich, Sergey Shimansky, Anatoly Egorov, Georgy Zelma, Vladislav Mikosha, Mark Nevolin, Anatoly Morozov, Mark Markov-Grinberg, Vitaly Faminskii.
But is in the archive pictures, the names of the authors of which are unknown. And then there are photos of the authors about whom nothing is known except his name and surname. These images can be found on a separate page of the project. The Museum invites viewers to help determine the names of the photographers and would appreciate any information on them.
the Oldest of the Metropolitan Museum in honor of the feast prepared for the audience from two thematic online project: “the Letter. 75 words about the War” and “Boris and Olga Ignatovich. The two faces of war.”
the First exhibition allows you to hear the voices of the Muscovites, witnesses and participants of war in their letters, diaries and memoirs. More than 50 letters selected from the collection of the Museum of Moscow and Fund of the Main archival city Department of Moscow, they are digitized and decoded. The correspondence of each author with his family or friends has turned into a Chapter of tragic narratives about the war. A total of 29 chapters. The texts of the letters also are performed by drama students of the senior class workshops of the people’s artist of the USSR Vladimir Alexeyevich Andreev and people’s artist of Russia Leonid Efimovich Heifetz the acting Department of GITIS.
the Museum of Moscow invites residents to share front-line letters from family gatherings. Let us know you want to complement the exhibition in the email to: email@example.com.
Brother and sister Boris and Olga Ignatovich is known more as a master of “left”, avant-garde photography of the 1920’s and early 1930-ies. During the war each of them passed the roads of war “with a watering can and a Notepad.” If Boris Gromov during the war, filmed life of guerrilla groups in the occupied territories, Olga Vsevolodovna was a photojournalist of the newspaper of the 30th army (later 10th guards) of the Kalinin front and the front newspaper of the 1st Ukrainian front. It was shot during the fighting for the liberation of Ukraine, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Austria. Among the first movie – and news photographers were shooting at the red Army liberated the concentration camps of Majdanek and Auschwitz.
For the exhibition “Boris and Olga Ignatovich. Two faces of war” taken more than 70 photographs from the collection of the Museum of Moscow. In addition to the military images in the exhibition also includes post-war portraits of the marshals and generals, who Boris Ignatovich was done by order of the Soviet information Bureau and Studio of battle painting them. M. B. Grekov.
the 75th anniversary of the victory of the Jewish Museum and tolerance center at the exhibition “Unknown Berlin. May 1945” is a unique photo archive. Elijah Arons and Valeriy Ginzburg studied at the faculty of carrier-fighting positions, defended Moscow in the militia and saw Berlin in may 1945. However, they are two very different views on Berlin 45-go year. One experienced front-line operator. The other student uginova that captures the moments and the atmosphere of the memorable days of may 1945.
the Museum also invites you to an online concert of the Cultural center Elena Obraztsova, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the end of world war II. Musicians from St. Petersburg performing works of European composers who were prisoners camp Theresienstadt. This camp was sort of a “showcase” of Nazi propaganda, which was to demonstrate “model” concentration camp, who sent the Jewish intellectual elite of Europe. Among the prisoners Teresina had a lot of scientists, writers and politicians of international fame, and through him was a whole galaxy of composers. The camp was produced by logs, carried out performances, the musicians gave concerts. This did not prevent the regular shipment of prisoners from Theresienstadt to Auschwitz, where the death machine was working like a conveyor belt. Many new arrivals were sent immediately to the gas chambers.
such has been the fate of the composers whose works will be performed at the concert. All of them were performed in Theresienstadt. For example, the Opera “Brundibar” Czech composer Hans Krasa was performed in Theresienstadt 55 times before he was deported to Auschwitz, where he soon died.
the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Patriotic war Center of photography Lumiere brothers presents photographs from its collection, which has front pictures of Michael trahmana, Alexander Ustinov, James Ryumkina, Yevgeny khaldei, Alexander Petrusova, Mikhail Grachev, Dmitri Baltermants, James khalipa, max Alpert, Mark Markov-Grinberg and other legendary photographers.