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Photo Exhibition of Lev Borodulin Opens in Moscow
22.01.2013 08:40
Photo Exhibition of Lev Borodulin Opens in Moscow

Multimedia Art Museum has opened a retrospective exhibition of the Soviet and Israeli photographer Lev Borodulin.

      The exposition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of Lev Borodulin presents pictures from the author’s archive and a collection of the Moscow House of Photography.

      Lev Borodulin is first of all known as the master of the sports photo. Characters in his photos are essence sport in its essence itself: intense, emotional, and concentrated. The artists at the same time peers into the beauty of movement and catches human emotion, be it disappointment from a missed goal, concentration on a difficult task or success triumph.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Lev Borodulin Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Sports  

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