As part of the Photobiennale-2020 the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow presents City of Shadows, a retrospective exhibition by Alexey Titarenko, one of the outstanding Russian photographers who began work in Leningrad at the dawn of the 1980s. Since 2008 Alexey Titarenko has been living in New York, actively cooperating with many galleries and museums in Russia, the USA, France and other countries. The exhibits include Titarenko’s key series devoted to St. Petersburg: ‘City of Shadows’ (1992—1994), ‘St. Petersburg’ (1992—1997), ‘Black and White Magic of St. Petersburg’ (1995—1997) ‘Time Standing Still’ (1998—2000), and also the series ‘Venice’ (2001—2014), ‘Havana’ (2003, 2006) and ‘New York’...
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