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Nina Alovert Presented Unique Photos of Russian Actors in New York
March 29, 2017 09:05

The exposition Features of My Beautiful Friends displayed about twenty portraits of Mikhail Baryshnikov, Alisa Freindlikh, Vladimir Malakhov, Sergei Yursky, and others.
Photographer and critic Nina Alovert presented unique photos of ballet dancers and stage actors at a recent exhibition in New York. Some of the photos were presented to the public for the first time.
Nina Alovert is on friendly terms with all the heroes of her works. The photographer's and actors' friendship began long before her emigration to the US in 1977 and continued afterwards.
At the exhibition, Nina Alovert personally commented on the photos of young dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, choreographer Boris Eifman, and writer Sergei Dovlatov.
She talked about the beginning of her career, her long-term friendship with Mikhail Baryshnikov, her love for Sergei Yursky's talent, about the people who helped her in life and career. "I have been destined to meet lots of interesting people in my life," - Nina Alovert said.
"I have worked with many of them and been friends with a number of them for many years. I cannot say why it happened this way, it is a matter of fate".
"Nina Alovert is a person who has dedicated her entire life to the theater, ballet and photographs, preserving for the future generations unique moments of perfection, beauty and mastery of the world's greatest theater and ballet stars," Tatyana Borodina, the editor-in-chief of Elegant New York magazine said. The exhibition was prepared with the support of this magazine.
Presently, Nina Alovert lives in the US and continues to work with ballet and theater actors, publishing photos in magazines and publishing houses around the world.



Author: Vera Ivanova

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