The exhibition, located in the New Manege exhibition halls, opened to the public on 28th January 2014.
The multimedia exhibition takes visitors through the variety of genres and forms of the artist’s work including recently acquired and previously unknown paintings, even to industry experts. Using audio and video, viewers are immersed in the space for a completely unique experience which, until now, had not been seen in many Russian exhibitions.
3D-tek chose Optoma’s EH505 and EH503 projectors due to their high resolution (WUXGA and 1080p) and BrilliantColor™ technology which produce stunningly bright images with perfectly balanced, life-like colours. This meant a realistic reproduction of the artist’s work could be projected on a huge scale, without sacrificing image quality.
The compact EH505 and EH503 projectors have comparable features to much larger installation models, allowing greater flexibility. The different lens options and lens shift capabilities made installation easy as the projectors could be adjusted perfectly to the space limitations and image requirements.
The exhibition, featuring numerous works by Anatoly Zverev, has been brought to life through the spectacular image quality and outstanding brightness of Optoma’s 5,000 and 5,200-lumen WUXGA and 1080p resolution projectors together with 3D-tek's specialised projector screens.
The exhibition is also an important step towards opening a new permanent museum to display Anatoly Zverev’s numerous works. The planned AZ Museum, located in Moscow is currently under construction.