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Soviet Photo
Alexander Rodchenko. Dinamo sport column. 1935

Soviet Photo

Alexander Abaza » Yuri Abramochkin » Max Alpert » Dimitry Baltermants » Vladimir Bogdanov » Sergey Borisov » Lev Borodulin » Jewgeni Chaldej » Vasily Egorov » Emmanuil Evzerikhin » Vladimir Filonov » Valery Gende-Rote » Igor Gnevashev » Naum Granovsky » Alexander Grinberg » Farit Gubaev » Vadim Gushchin » Boris Ignatovich » Yakov Khalip » Boris Kudoyarov » Vladimir Lagrange » Yuri Lunkov » Aleksandras Macijauskas » Mark Markov-Grinberg » Nina Sviridova & Dmitry Vozdvizhensky  » Georgy Petrussov » Mikhail Prekhner » Alexander Rodchenko » Yakov Ryumkin » Ivan Shagin » Arkadiy Shaikhet » Vladimir Stepanov » Antanas Sutkus » Vsevolod Tarasevich » Vyacheslav Tarnovetsky » Mikhail Trahman » Alexander Ustinov » Georgi Zelma » Igor Zotin » & others

Exhibition: 14 May – 6 Sep 2015

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography

Bolshaya Polyanka street, 61, bld. 1
119180 Moscow

+7 495-228 98 78


Mon-Sat 11-20

Soviet Photo
Georgi Petrusov. Welcoming the winners. Back from the front. 1945

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography marks its 5th anniversary by the exhibition that spans the history of Soviet and Russian photography of the 20th century as seen through the magazine Soviet Photo.

Soviet Photo was the most popular in the USSR periodical on photography with the focus both on professional and amateur photography. During its lifetime from 1926 till 1997 the magazine witnessed all key figures of the photographic life of the country. Despite obvious governmental control over the magazine, it managed to become a flexible enough and virtually single platform for thorough discussion of photography, held by key art historians, critics, professional photographers and – not least importantly - amateurs from all over the union. Soviet Photo also published leading scientists’ articles, covering technical aspects and details of photographic process. Among theorist who contributed to the magazine at varying times were Ilya Ehrenburg, Viktor Shklovsky, Lev Anninsky, Sergey Morozov, L. Volkov-Lannit, Anry Vartanov, Valery Stigneev, etc.

Soviet Photo
Yuri Lunkov. Winter. 1965

After the logic of the magazine, that was for a long time subtitled as “the magazine of photo reportage and amateur photography”, the exhibition focuses on the history and convergence of these two movements. Photo reportage section features seminal and rare prints of the leading Russian photographers from the collection of The Lumiere Center. Marking as well the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, the exhibition features war photography that was repeatedly printed in the magazine and became classic war photography images. Key editorials and articles from Soviet Photo introduce the unprecedented phenomenon of soviet amateur photography with its emergence at Leningrad Photo club in Vyborg Palace of Culture, peak at Moscow photo club Novator and subsequent evolution in the regions and soviet republics (Kazan, Chelyabinsk, Lithuania, Latvia, etc).

The exhibition invites to engage into the discussion on Soviet and Russian photography of the 1920s-1990s, to gain insight into aesthetic and subject-related diversity of photography of the time, which in an extraordinary manner manifested itself through the magazine. The anniversary exhibition features vintage photographs from The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography collection, photographs from private collections, magazine covers, key editorials.

Curators: Ekaterina Zueva, Yana Iskakova

Soviet Photo
Max Alpert. Horsewoman. 1936
Soviet Photo
Yakov Khalip.The Watch. 1937