Solo Exhibition

»Life, death, love and other inevitable circumstances«

Alexander Glyadyelov

Glyadyelov, Kiev, became famous because he – at that time still a rocket engineer – photographically accompanied mountain expeditions thanks to his excellent fitness. Glyadyelov worked as a war photographer. He became a documentary of the Doctors Without Borders. He photographed street children at the Black Sea, and even in the morgue of an apocalyptic Russian prison. Despite all that, his great humanism has never left him. You will see it in his pictures.

Sep 9 — Nov 15, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, Sep 8, 7 pm

Odenwaldstraße 21, 12161 Berlin
[Friedenau | Tempelhof-Schöneberg]

Opening hours: Open daily from 8 am, appointment recommended (ericpawlitzky@web.de)

Admission free

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