Welcoming New Donors: Non-Standard Offers
By taking part in our projects, you have a unique chance to be a part of contemporary history and obtain a one-of-a-kind piece of art that future generations will value and proudly showcase at major international exhibitions and auctions. Additionally, artists who collaborate with us, as well as our independent experts, frequently have art projects that may attract investors and are not financially affiliated with us during the execution phase.
An Invitation to Visit the XIV Dalai Lama
For many years now, the Dalai Lama has not received individual visitors, due to his age. But there is an option…
In 2010, Sergey Melnikoff, a.k.a. MFF, and his daughter Anastassia presented a photograph titled “Heart of Tibet” to the Dalai Lama. The panoramic picture captures thousands of pilgrims celebrating Saga Dawa, the birthday of Buddha, with Mount Kailash in the backdrop. During that time, the technology for acrylic plasticization was not available, and the photograph was printed on art canvas.
Currently, the artist is seeking a sponsor to accompany him on a trip to meet the Dalai Lama. The purpose of the trip is to present an “eternal” version of the “Heart of Tibet” photograph, encased in acrylic glass. Additionally, the artist will ask His Holiness to sign a second copy of the photograph for the sponsor of this trip to India. Watch our video
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A National Wonders Exhibition
Step into the captivating world of panoramic photography with MFF and his unique medium format camera, crafted by the renowned Japanese company Fuji two decades ago. Embark on a visual journey across the globe as the American master, Sergey Melnikoff, a.k.a. MFF, captures the most breathtaking corners of over a hundred countries spanning all six continents, including the mesmerizing landscapes of Antarctica.
Now you can bring the beauty of these panoramic wonders to your doorstep by ordering a large-scale exhibition that showcases the natural beauty of any corner of the world. Be inspired by the exquisite exhibition titled “Tajikistan — a country of mountain peaks,” which features dozens of works by the extraordinary MFF. Ordered by the Embassy of the Republic of Tajikistan in Ukraine, this exhibition left visitors in awe with its exceptional artistic quality and enormous scale of photographs.
Experience the brilliance of MFF’s panoramic photography and allow his works to transport you to some of the most stunning destinations on earth. Order an exhibition about the nature of your country today and immerse yourself in the wonder and beauty of the mother nature like never before.
Bringing your country’s natural beauty to life: order an exhibition today!
At the exhibition held by a Muslim country, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Patriarch Filaret was the distinguished guest of the author.
Art Beneath The Surface
The First Permanent Underwater Gallery
We are thrilled to announce our new project — the world’s first ever underwater art gallery located in the depths of the stunning Ionian Sea in southern Albania. This extraordinary creation will be owned by the esteemed Rehabilitation Home of Mother Teresa. Calling all underwater photographers! No Russian divers.
The Land of the Moon-Faced Beauty
Sergey Melnikoff, also known as MFF, held his largest solo exhibition entitled “The Land of the Moon-Faced Beauty” in 2009, for one day only, in the capital city of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek. The exhibition was held at the National Museum of fine arts named after Gapar Aitiev and spanned several large halls, showcasing an extensive collection of works that had been meticulously prepared over a long period of time.
As a commission from the government of the Kyrgyz Republic, Melnikoff was also tasked with creating a large album that highlighted the country’s natural wonders and included beautifully illustrated projects aimed at promoting mountain tourism in the Tian Shan.
Unfortunately, political maneuvering by the semi-criminal regime in Kyrgyzstan prevented the grand opening of the exhibition. Opponents of the regime raised objections to the exhibition, arguing that it could harm Kyrgyzstan’s interstate relations with the Russian Federation due to Melnikoff’s status as an “open enemy” of Russia. This led to a parliamentary hearing on the matter, making Melnikoff the only artist in the world whose exhibition had been discussed at the highest political level.