Igor Moukhin (1961-) - 3 x Stalin ect.

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Igor Moukhin (1961-) - 3 x Stalin ect.
Εκτύπωση gelatin silver - Υπογεγραμμένη - από αριστερά προς τα δεξιά: 4/5, 5/7 & 2/7 - 1989

Igor Vladimirovich Mukhin (Russian: И́горь Влади́мирович Му́хин; born 19 November 1961), also known as Igor Vladimirovich Moukhin, is a Russian photographer. He was a member of the In-Public street photography collective.
After graduating from college, Mukhin worked in a project institute. From 1985 to 1986 he attended classes at the studio of prominent Moscow photographer Alexander Lapin. He later spent several years working with samizdat rock musicians.

In 1987, Mukhin had his first personal exhibition at the Moscow State University. Since 1989 he has been working as an independent photographer.

Mukhin is known for his photographs of Soviet rock musicians of the perestroika period, including Viktor Tsoi, Boris Grebenshchikov, and Petr Mamonov.[6] His projects have included The Soviet Monuments, The Soviet Bench, Fragments of Evident Propaganda, The Soviet Children's Playgrounds, Night Moscow, Girls, Moscow in Winter: Heavy Breath of Winter and The Province. The Nizhniy Novgorod vacation. Some of the photographs from these projects were shown at the Tretyakov gallery and La Maison Rouge in Paris in 2007. In the mid-1990s, Mukhin worked on documentary projects about Moscow and provincial Russia.

all 3 with orginal signature

mounted under passpartout

printed area 20 x 13.5 cm

International shipping + tracking no.

Λεπτομέρειες παρτίδας
Καλλιτέχνης
Igor Moukhin (1961-)
Τίτλος έργου τέχνης
3 x Stalin ect.
Τεχνική
Εκτύπωση gelatin silver
Έκδοση
από αριστερά προς τα δεξιά: 4/5, 5/7 & 2/7
Υπογραφή
Υπογεγραμμένη
Ημερομηνία εκτύπωσης
1989
Κατάσταση
Εξαιρετική
Εκτύπωση Vintage
Ναι
Image size
20×13.5 cm
Total dimensions
40×30×0.1 cm
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