Exhibition is going to take place in Vilnius (Lithuania), from 8th of October till 2nd of November 2008 (Gedimino pr. 43, LT - 01109, Vilnius, Lithuania)
Studio "Anna-Maria art" and The Union of Lithuanian photography artists represent a personal exhibition of St.Petersburg photographer Alexei Krivtsov.
Alexei Krivtsov is a free photographer, designer, director and bright representative of a new generation of photography artists in St.Petersburg
Krivtsov has studied to take real shoots himself, carefully analyzing photos of such masters as Newton, Avedon, Ritz, Schatz, Sarah Moon, Watson. His own creativity is penetrated with desire to show the beauty and perfection of human being, especially - women's beauty. To create true, living, content-intensive photographs he had to learn the art of shooting wisdom, to understand all the nuances of communication and work with the model. It's not a surprise, that his irrepressible energy, enthusiasm and sincerity find understanding and feedback. The photos of his beautiful model are stunning, and the models are expressive, plastic, gentle, sensual and graceful.
Gradually, A. Krivtsov have developed his own style. He became a recognizable and popular photographer. His calendars were published with a great success and his works won the prizes on international Photocontests (nine diplomas and prizes at the international competition of professional photographers IPA 2007 International Photography Awards (Los Angeles, USA).
Many journals in various countries willingly print his works (MAXIM, London; FHM, Madrid; Fine Art Foto, Germany; Hecho a mano, Moscow). A. Krivtsov is a member of the Union of Russian photoartists, the Russian Artists' Union (IFA), the holder of the title "Master" in the category "Art of photography" at the festival of contemporary art "Master Class" (St. Petersburg, Russia). His works were included in a very interesting international project "Чувственный мир" (Sensual World - "1001 MASTERS OF EROTIC PHOTOGRAPHY", Publish viewing Higl & Zillner GbR). "Sensual World" had united works of the best photographers from 50 countries all over the world.
© A. Krivtsov