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Viktor Ratushny

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location: Odessa, Ukraine

e-mail: vikratushny@gmail.com

phone: +3 (8097) 3804142

        Victor Ratushny was born allegedly in the Vinnytsia region in 1952.
        1954 the parents moved to the city of Odessa.
        1968-72 he studied at the Odessa machine-tool college.
        1975-84 he worked at the Odessa Film Studio as the second operator of feature films.
        1984-89 he worked as a photographer in the Publishing House "Mayak".
        1989 he moved to permanent residence in the city of New York, USA.
        1994-95 under the leadership of Philip Jones Griffiths, he collaborated with the Magnum New York office as a free-lance photographer.
        1995-98 he worked as a freelance photographer with the Motion Picture Services film studio.
        1998-2001 he collaborated with Blue magazine as a free-lance photographer.
        2002 he returned to the city of Odessa. He travels a lot and works on his own photographic projects around the world.
        Since 2015 member of the Noga Creative Union.

        Solo exhibitions:
        2018 Kinburn Spit, Odessa Museum Western & Eastern Art, Odessa, Ukraine.
        2014 4 stories, Art-living room of the Odessa Linguistic Center, Odessa, Ukraine.
        2010 7 seconds of silence, Odessa Museum Western & Eastern Art, Odessa, Ukraine. Series "Ocean of Silence".
        2006, 2013 Children of the Night, Odessa Rehabilitation Center "Doroga k Domu"; Odessa Museum Western & Eastern Art, Odessa, Ukraine.
        2003 Good News, gallery at the Holy Archangel Michael Monastery, Odessa, Ukraine.
        2002 September 11 before and after, gallery at the Holy Archangel Michael Monastery, Odessa, Ukraine.
        1998 Athos Diary, Odessa Museum Western & Eastern Art, Odessa, Ukraine.
        1995 Between Two Realities", Gallery of Modern Art, Odessa, Ukraine.

        Group exhibitions:
        1993 Emancipation, together with the schedule Alexander Silver, Anyway Cafe, Manhattan, New York, USA.