The Glaz Gallery in Moscow presents an exhibition by Sergueï Burasovsky about the beaches of the 5 continents. We travel to Magadan, Russian Far East, a northern region, terribly unfriendly and synonymous with every Russian for the most dreadful goulags.
Copacabana or the Canary Islands, beaches that have plunged into consumerist hedonism (2004, Nida) or are about to become one (Odessa, 1990).
In Normandy, Burasovsky becomes an impressionist.
Sergueï Burasovsky was born in 1946 in Leningrad. He worked nine years as a geographer in the arctic region. He took up photography in 1974 and obtained his first exhibition twelve years later “the face of the arctic” in Magadan. In 1990 he became Secretary for the Art Photo Union, and Vice-Director of the Moscow House of Photography since 2001.
Until April 16
Moscou, Malaïa Ordynka, 23