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Portraits of People with Down Syndrome Exhibited in Moscow
9.09.2011 12:28
Portraits of People with Down Syndrome Exhibited in Moscow

The exhibition Loved ones runs in the Photographic Centre Lumiere Brothers in Moscow.
       Atypical photomodels inspired photographer Vladimir Mishukov to create a series of portraits Loved ones dedicated to people with the Down Syndrome.
       The gallery presents 44 black-and-white portraits of people from 3 to 47 years old.
       “It seems to me that all of us - people with limited possibilities, with boundless possibilities, with unlimited possibilities, ordinary, unusual, normal, abnormal, different - all of us need acceptance of each other... We need to accept this world in all its variety and many-sided nature”, - the photographer asserts.
       Heroes of Mishukov’s plots attended the opening of the exhibition. It was their first experience in such a role and they enjoyed it.
       The exhibition runs till September, 25th.
       Site of the Photographic Centre Lumiere Brothers

Author: Vera Ivanova

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