February 1, 2019 in the VOKHM them. I.N. Kramskoy will begin work exhibition of photographs “Pirelli Calendar 2018. Tim Walker.”
The Pirelli Calendar is an annual photo calendar produced by Pirelli, one of the most famous calendars in the world. The calendar is created by world famous photographers, and leading models and superstars take part in the shooting. At various times, Cindy Crawford, Milla Jovovich, Heidi Klum, Kate Moss, Jennifer Lopez, Sophia Loren, Penelope Cruz, Naomi Watts and many others were filmed for the calendar.
The 2018 Pirelli calendar was the photo-screen of Lewis Carroll’s fairy tale “Alice in Wonderland” by the famous British fashion photographer Tim Walker.
Inspired by the immortal work of Lewis Carroll, as well as illustrations for the first edition of the book, created in 1865 by the artist John Tenniel, Tim Walker offers a new reading of one of the most famous stories in the history of world literature.
A feature of the 2018 Pirelli calendar was that only dark-skinned models were shot for him. Tim Walker attracted to the shooting of 18 characters, both famous and young, promising talents, including musicians, actors, TV presenters, writers, models, etc. The role of Alice was brilliantly coped by the Australian model of Sudanese origin Dacian. Naomi Campbell played the Royal Executioner, actress, writer and TV presenter Whoopi Goldberg became the Duchess, Sasha Lane became the March Hare, actress and producer, and lawyer Tando Hopa reincarnated into the Red Princess.
For the filming of the calendar, which took place in London in May 2017, unique costumes and decorations were created by the outstanding English stage designer Shauna Heath and the new chief editor of the British magazine Vogue, an icon of the modern fashion world – Edward Annninful.
The Pirelli calendar is available in limited editions, is not sold and distributed only among the company’s partners and friends, which means that at the exhibition the viewer will have the opportunity to get closer to an exclusive edition in an unusual format.
Full ticket – 300 rubles.
Preferential: students (upon presentation of student card), schoolchildren, retirees – 200 rubles.
Members of the Union of Artists and the Union of Photo Artists (upon presentation of a certificate) – for free.
Photography is free.
The exhibition will run until March 17, 2019.