Alexander Grinberg (Aleksandr Danilovich Grinberg, Александр Данилович Гринберг, 1885–1979) was a Russian and Soviet photographer. In 1908 he was awarded the silver medal in the all-Russian photo exhibition in Moscow and the gold medal in the international photo- exhibition in Dresden. He was the neighbour of Alexander Rodchenko, living on the same floor in Kandinsky’s owned building, but prefered pictorialist photography.
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