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Copyright: © 2006-2020 "NoGa" CU

Created by - FantasyDesign
Design by - Maslennikov M 

© Alexander Chekmenev
Ovruch, Zhytomyr region, Ukraine
1999
Image ID: ach-2324

        Dmitriy Cherba has joined us

        Dmitriy Cherba

        noGa was joined by Dmitriy Cherba.



        The first series of works "Verigi".

        Photo exhibition "Noga is 15 years old" / Vitebsk 2021



        23 — 27 June, 2021 Noga Creative Union presents an anniversary exhibition of documentary photography as a part of the International festival of photography "PhotoKrok" named Sigismund Yurkovsky.

        For the duration of 15 years, year after year, Noga’s international format is filled with images created by independent authors from different countries, who one way or the other shot or continue shooting in the post-Soviet bloc. This exhibition is a quilt stitched together from the stories that reflect the lives of people, their environment, surroundings and nature in all the diversity of different parts of the world. The common unifying principle of all the authors’ projects is a deep dive into the material, high visual representation, and a sensitive attitude to the characters of the stories and their narrative.

        Art space of the Modern Art Museum.
        st. Tolstoy, 7, Vitebsk, Belarus.
        Tel.: +375 212 61-74-55
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        Oleg Videnin has joined us

        Oleg Videnin

        noGa was joined by Oleg Videnin.



        The first series of works "Portraits from the Outskirts".

        Odessa. Photos 1985



        New photos of Viktor Ratushny has added.

        Psychiatric hospital



        New photos of Alexander Chekmenev has added.

        Sergey Nikolaev has joined us

        Sergey Nikolaev

        noGa was joined by Sergey Nikolaev.



        The first series of works "Russia. Beyond 101st kilometer".

        The working class



        New photos of Alex Melia has added.

        Alexander Shchemlyaev has joined us

        Alexander Shchemlyaev

        noGa was joined by Alexander Shchemlyaev.



        The first series of works "Uhul is the abode of the Dagestan highlanders".

        David Verberckt has joined us

        David Verberckt

        noGa was joined by David Verberckt.



        The first series of works "Frozen Conflicts".

        The nomadic existence of the Mongols



        New photos of Eric Gourlan has added.

        Mezen



        New photos of Emil Gataullin has added.

        In the Ravine



        New photos of Sergey Trapezin has added.

        Traditional life of shepherd family



        New photos of Eric Gourlan has added.

        The Don steppe



        Update a series of photos by Misha Maslennikov The Don steppe.
        The project has been oupen from 2010.

        Sergey Trapezin has joined us

        Sergey Trapezin

        noGa was joined by Sergey Trapezin.



        The first series of works "The Bosporus: Between the West and the East".

        Eugene Kanaev has joined us

        Eugene Kanaev

        noGa was joined by Eugene Kanaev.



        The first series of works "And Quiet Flows the Volga".

        Kolyma



        New photos of Emil Gataullin has added.

        Viktor Ratushny has joined us

        Viktor Ratushny

        noGa was joined by Viktor Ratushny.



        The first series of works "New York City before and after".

        My photography is a story of my life

        

        "The Voice of Russia" radio in London webpage has published an autobiographic essay telling the story of the photographer Misha Maslennikov through his artistic journey. The gallery includes several photographs by the author that represent life in modern Russia.

        "Through these 26 striking images, taken in all corners of his nation, Russian photographer Misha Maslennikov shares the contours of his life as artist and theologian against a shifting backdrop of Soviet and Russian history." Voice of Russia
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        Kolodozero



        In the magazine "F.dot" #8, 2012 (p.6-34) published a series of works of Misha Maslennikov "Kolodozero".
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