NEW YORK, NY – Chelsea’s Agora Gallery will feature the original work of Misha De-Stroyev in Chelsea International Photography Competition . The exhibition opens January 27, 2018 and runs through February 7, 2018 with an opening reception on Thursday, February 1 from 6-8 pm.
French-Russian artist Misha De-Stroyev’s beguiling works capture the grandeur and enormity of the natural world. Working with predominantly landscape digital photography, De-Stroyev often immortalizes his world from an aerial perspective. Sweeping canals bordered by crisp geometric rooftop clusters, a lone surfer paddling into a crest of tumultuous emerald surf, or a football field unusually plastered amidst an untamed expanse of forestry and snow-capped peaks are all rendered with highly-saturated lucidity and a mastery of balancing both texture and composition. The artist is currently based in Paris.
Exhibition Dates: January 27 – February 7, 2018
Reception: Thursday, February 1, 2018 6-8 PM
Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat 11:00am – 6:00pm
Gallery Location: 530 West 25th Street, New York, NY
Andres Marcolla | Eduard Korniyenko | David Bartlett | Misha De-Stroyev | Alain Licari | Niki Polyocan | Steve Sumpton | Loïc Vendrame | ANTONIO PRIVITERA | Anca Moanta | Jeremy Damato | Gustavo Mittelmann | Eli Matityahu | Vincent Chahley | Artur Golacki | SIDNEY COSTA GASPAR | HaleLee Seoyeon | Laura Pannack | Steffen Tuck | Cecilia Manzanares Vargas | Stephanus Meyer | Michela Carmazzi | Alina Fedorenko | Ivan Pushkin | Jacob Wallwork | Kévin Galop | Clay Jordan |Tibor Kércz
About the Exhibition
The Chelsea International Photography Competition
The Chelsea International Photography Competition exhibition features the diverse works of 28 professional and amateur photographers. The works on view were selected by a distinguished panel of jurors and convey the astonishing breadth and global nature of the photographic medium. Through expressive portraits, still lifes, and conceptual works, the exhibition conveys a unique perspective on the tradition of photography and how the medium conveys ideas, creates fictions, or captures attitudes.