PIXEL is the smallest logical element of a two–dimensional digital image in raster graphics, or a [physical] element of the displays matrix forming the image.
Thanks to devices operating on persistence of vision technology (POV), viewers witness the meeting of two types of art — classical and digital. This performance is really impressive! The works of the famous photographer Vladimir Klavikho-Telepnev, processed with the help of motion design effects, literally float in the air. Large-scale original canvases of the creator himself are exhibited on the walls of the hall. The gloomy tenderness and mystery of his works will obtain a new digital life and turn your idea of photo illustrations upside down.
It is difficult to imagine modern art photography without the works of Vladimir Klavikho-Telepnev. In 2010, he became the only Russian photographer whose works the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts included, along with the names of Botticelli, Rubens, Van Dyck, Goya, Strozzi, Murillo, Renoir in the exposition of the exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the museum. Today, the work of Vladimir Claviho is recognized all over the world. His works are kept in the personal collections of Nursultan Nazarbayev, Elton John, Princess Michael of Kent Marie-Christine, Peter Greenway.
The main feature of Vladimir's works is in the rejection of bright colors, in consciously limiting himself in a number of expressive means: all the characters are depicted, for example, sitting with their backs turned to the viewer, and the decoding of the sensual image goes through a thin silhouette line and the plasticity of the female body. The recognized art photographer organically combines "yesterday" and "today" photo art and immerses us in creative "timelessness".