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Photomontages, Other Sizes

Red brick building and its “M”, the symbol of the Moscow metro

This building contrasts with the typical Russian architecture
style. Situated in the very heart of Moscow, on the “Chocoladnitsa” 
Island, it resembles a building in a fashionable New York city
area. “M” – as in Metro, perhaps also Moda, Modern,
Moscow …

Marx and… a small grain

Size : 100 x 75 cm

Materialist conception of our modern era …

 University Lomonossov skiers

Size : 60 x 46 cm

The Lomonossov State University, “MGU” is located on the heights of Moscow, on the hill called Mount Lenin or Sparrow Hills, a few steps away from the famous film studio “Mosfilm”. Its large park with wide avenues lined with birch trees, offers an ideal walk for muscovite cross-skiing skiers in winter and for honeymooners and tourists in search of Russian crafts and photo souvenirs. This focus offers an incredible view all over the city, from Gorky Park to Luzhniki Sports Complex, to the depths of the city.

Saint Basil and Lenin

Size : 36  x 22 cm

Contrast of colored attractive facets of Saint Basil and Father of the Russian Revolution, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov called “Lenin”.

Light on the Bolshoi Theater

Size : 70 x 30 cm

The Bolshoi means in russian Grand Theater, shines brighter than ever since its reopening in 2011, after huge and very long restoration works.

The Goalkeeper Lev Yashin

Size : 80 x 65 cm

Lev Yashin, far ahead of his time in his playing techniques and often rewarded in European and global football is the icon of the Soviet Club Dynamo Moscow. Goaltender Gold Medal at the Olympic Games in Melbourne in 1956, three USSR cups, he was elected best goalkeeper of the football World Cup in 1966. For the anecdote, Yashin was nicknamed the Black Panther, as always dressed in black. French goalkeeper Fabien Barthez will honor him by wearing black also, throughout his career.

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