The Pobeda (“Victory”) gallery is celebrating its fifth anniversary with the work of a young photographer, Alexey Kiselev. This is his first solo exhibition. Why him? “It’s a combination of chance and circumstance,” says Nastia, the gallery’s director of communications. “It worked out well.” No kidding. Never have I seen Pobeda so packed with excited young people.
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