Retrospective of Hans Giger
The exhibition of graphic works by Hans Ruedi Giger - Moscow Planetarium, May 16-July 15. From May 16 to July 15, the Moscow Planetarium in conjunction with the project Inartis offers its visitors a unique opportunity to see Russia's first retrospective exhibition of graphics by prominent Swiss artist Hans Ruedi Giger. The lowest level of the Planetarium has become a full-fledged exhibition space, with walls adorned with drawings of the artist. Visual imageries are supplemented with projections, video installations and music, cinema and auditorium are waiting for their visitors. Visitors can get acquainted with both early printed graphics artist that he created in 1960, as well as with works, which had made him worldwide famous, including the "Oscar" in 1980 for "Best Visual Effects" for the Ridley Scott's "Alien". The curator of the exhibition is Marco Vittsig. The exhibition features more than 50 graphic works: lithography, silk screen printing, rare prints from the collection of Hans Ruedi Giger and Marco Vittsiga. Creative work of Giger has influenced the development of computer games, filmmaking. The artist's style is unique - it can not be fully attributed either to the surrealists, or to the representatives of fantastic realism, and still Giger has hundreds of followers.
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