Berlin’s Buchkunst Gallery presents a virtual exhibition with images by Soviet frontline photographer Valery Faminsky, accessible from May 1st to 31st, 2021.
To mark the Day of Liberation from National Socialism and Fascism on May 8th, 1945, Berlin’s Buchkunst gallery and publishing house presents a virtual showcase of images by Soviet frontline photographer Valery Faminsky (1914-1993).
The exhibition was curated by Ana Druga & Thomas Gust, publishers of the comprehensive photo book ‘Berlin May 1945 – Valery Faminsky’ which won the silver award at the German Photo Book Prize 2019/20.
In addition to viewing the online showcase, audiences also have a chance to participate in virtual tours led by publisher and photography expert Thomas Gust, which will be live-streamed on May 1st, 8th and 30th. Ukrainian photojournalist Arthur Bondar will attend as a special guest, to talk about how he discovered Faminsky’s archive in Moscow in 2016.
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Access to the virtual exhibition at Galerie/Verlag Buchkunst Berlin, as well as participation in the online guided tours, are free of charge.