Masterpieces of Soviet Photography is a selection of photographs from the collection of celebrated sports photographer Lev Borodulin, known for his artistic images of athletes, skaters and swimmers. This exhibition reflects Borodulin’s long-standing quest to collect and preserve images from a time when art was restricted to serving a Soviet socialist agenda. The photographs Borodulin collected over decades now constitute one of the largest collections of Soviet photography in the world and include prints by the greatest masters working in the medium, such as Arkady Shaikhet, Yakov Khalip, Aleksandr Rodchenko and Boris Ignatovich, along with many others. Borodulin began collecting in the days following the end of […]
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