I watched grey layer of asphalt gradually turning into soil or vice versa the park itself ceased being something manmade or natural.
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The region I go to is alive and vibrant, it obeys its own principles, and every time I enter the path, i feel excited about new experience and new secrets
FotoDepartament presents its first printed edition – the set AMPLITUDE №1, consisting of 10 books of 10 Russian artists working with photography.
This story is about quite riot that teenagers feel inside themselves. To turn into adult is a very difficult process for them.
A visual expression of my journey to the motherhood: an embarrassing experience of carrying a baby in a womb and giving a birth to it.
The exhibition “Running to the Edge” combines the five projects of artist and include photography, collages, installations and photobooks
The life of the homeless in one of the largest cities of Russia – St. Petersburg. What helps for homeless to survive the cold winter and return to normal life.
A.bsurd is tan. City of dreams and words by Alexander Chernavskiy Under the still clouds, the wind blows the city. Alejandro Jodorowsky All stones. part 1 Dream 1 The Emperor
A project about people who remain the last inhabitants of the Russian deserted villages. Those who stayed refer to this area as Desert.
Every image in this series can be seen as a «fallen leaf». We can decide what kind of «leaf» they are: beautiful, or lost, or dying.
One may think, how can it be that distant tragedy can come through your brain and feelings as a fact of your personal history. But I know well – it
The series focuses on the roles of young females as the enter society through the paradigms and preconceptions of sport.
I took these photos during a trip to my hometown Murmansk in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Camera Ricoh GRD IV, tripod and spoon of good music.
The urban fabric takes the vision of the post-industrial landscape, time stands still, and the apparent mystery and the sense of abandonment takes over the pulsating rhythm just in places