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Photography Henri- Cartier Bresson
Curator: Robert Delpire
I.24 - III.9
The exhibition is presented by Magnum Photos and Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation

Curator: Robert Delpire

The main sponsor: Embassy of France,
French Cultural Centre, Vilnius

The exhibition of Henri Cartier-Breson (born in 1908) consists of 155 photographs. It is a rare possibility for Lithuanian viewers to see one of the most famous classics of world photography. Henri Cartier-Bresson became famous for his conception of the 'decisive moment', which made a significant influence on photography and its perception. He uplifted the reportage photography to the highest artistic level and made the dynamic moments of reality look nearly surrealistic. This retrospective exhibition embraces the earliest and the latest periods of Henri Cartier-Bresson‘s work as well as reflects the wide geography of his travels.
The groups of viewers are invited to the guided tours every Tuesday and Saturday.
Gallery
Calendar
A talk "Hands that Mend" by curator Clelia Coussonnet
Race Conversation: an evening dedicated to Sudanese Film Group
Race Conversation: Film screening and discussion at the CAC Cinema Hall
Nevermore, a new film by Gerda Paliušytė
Active Art: book launch
Film programme - There Was a Forest in the Ceiling
Archive