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Tom Quinn Kumpf
Worker's Monument, Moscow, USSR, 1990
Boris Grigorovich, Veteran of WWII and the 872 day siege of Leningrad – Moscow, USSR, 1990
Moscow Metro, Moscow, USSR, 1990
Soviet Monument to Space, Moscow Central Exhibition, USSR, 1990
Moscow Picnic – New Friends, Moscow, USSR, 1990
People's Friendship Fountain, Moscow, USSR, 1990
Leanna's Kitchen – Moscow, USSR, 1990
The Grandmothers – In the Holy City of Zagorsk (Sergeyev Posad), USSR,1990,
Red Square and the line of people waiting to see Lenin's Tomb in the background, Moscow, USSR, 1990
"When money is scarce,
and the cupboards are bare,
laughter is the only way out."
– Leanna, Moscow, 1990.
Learning To Celebrate Sugar: The Soviet Union Before and After The Coup
Forty B&W photographs and narrative that provide an intimate look at a society in transition. Shot during a series of unprecedented exchanges between American Vietnam War Veterans and Soviet Veterans of the War in Afghanistan, the exhibition documents the hopes, fears, and resolve of a people caught up in the historic events that led to the demise of the Communist Party and the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1990 and 1991.
Currently Available for Exhibition
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