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17 Kids from the East exhibited without taboo

Kids from the East exhibited without taboo

Photography

The Czech Center in New York is hosting an exhibition devoted to the raw and filter free photography of a post-Soviet generation.

  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
  • Kids from the East exhibited without taboo Kids from the East exhibited without taboo
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Led by the impulse of designers such as Gosha Rubchinskiy,  Eastern millennials have rapidly become a fascinating subject. The show Baby I Like it Raw brings together the work of photographers Marie Tomanova, Masha Demianova and Gorsad, all marked by a common denominator: a striking realism characterised by a raw style without any staging. Clichés are accompanied by videos with a subversive aesthetic reminiscent of the viewpoint taken by Larry Clark of an American youth in the 1990s. This is an exhibition guided by a hunger for artistic freedom and a determination to portray the realities of life as they are, carried by a young generation without taboos.

 

Baby, I Like it Raw exhibition on until April 4th at the Czech Center in New York.

 

 

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