On view in an exhibition at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow is the work of Mikhail Prekhner, an outstanding representative of Russian avant-garde photography, who, like others in Russia, has been forgotten and is now being rediscovered, little by little, several decades later. After graduation from high school in 1928 Mikhail Prekhner started work at the editorial offices of Radioslushatel (Radio Listener) and...
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