The Cass and MARCH present an exhibition of contemporary and archive photographs of the NARKOMFIN building designed by Moissei Ginzberg.
Date: 20 February 2014
We are delighted to announce NARKOMFIN, THEN and NOW the first exhibition to be organised jointly by Moscow Architecture School (MARCH) and The Cass.
NARKOMFIN: THEN AND NOW includes photographs of contemporary life by Sergei Savenkov, archive photographs and architectural drawings of the Russian constructivist icon by Moissei Ginzberg. It opens on the 11th February in The Cass Foyer Gallery and has been curated by Xenia Adjoubei and Maria Troshina.
The exhibition opening coincides with MARCH's student trip to London. During the week, Moscow students will be gathering ideas in London in order to use them in their projects in Moscow next semester. The students have also helped to put the Narkomfin: Then and Now exhibition together.
Read more about NARKOMFIN here in Architectural Review (registration may be needed to view).
Venue: Foyer Gallery, Central House
Opening event: 11 February 6:30pm
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