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James Hill Photo Project to be Opened for Victory Day
2.05.2013 08:05
James Hill Photo Project to be Opened for Victory Day

Lumiere Brothers Photography Center presents a Victory Day exhibition by the British pictorialist James Hill, one of the leading world press photographers, the holder of the Pulitzer Award.

      The exposition timed to the celebration of the 68th anniversary since the victory in the Great Patriotic War brings together black-and-white portraits of Russian veterans.

      The Victory Day on May 9 is a special day for every Russian person. At the James Hill exhibition Russians will be able to see this day through a foreigner’s eyes.


Sources: http://www.lumiere.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Victory Day   

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