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Russian Photography Museum Displays Nizhny Novgorod of Three Epochs
27.02.2016 18:33
Russian Photography Museum Displays Nizhny Novgorod of Three Epochs

The exhibition Native Nizhny Novgorod presents photos of this city of three eras: pre-revolutionary, Soviet and modern.

      Works by three generations of photographers show the city changing from one era to another.

      The city of the pre-revolutionary period is displayed in photos by Karelin, Dmitriyev, the Renard publishing house, and a number of unknown authors. Nizhny Novgorod of the mid 20th century is captured in pictures by Boris Povitukhin, whereas the modern city can be seen in photos taken by his son Sergey Povitukhin.

      A photo album with images of the city of different eras will be presented at the exhibition. It includes rare shots of Nizhny Novgorod of the 19th century, of the 1960s-70s and the 2010s.

      The photo exhibition runs in the Russian Photography Museum from February 26 to March 13.

       


Sources: http://newsnn.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Nizhny Novgorod Photo Exhibitions Photography   

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