Exhibition of works of Andrei Stenin, a special photographer MIA " Russia today ", opened the international festival of photography in Uglich. Thirty-six works of photojournalist who was killed on 6 August 2014 in the South-East of Ukraine in the performance of editorial tasks, exhibition, located at the site of an Art Gallery festival (Rostovskaya street 6). Filed in Uglich work Stenina, specializing in shooting military conflicts made during His trips to Ukraine, Libya, Turkey and Egypt in 2010 and 2014, the Exhibition will last until August 19, inclusive.
"The exhibition of Andrei Stenin is only a small part of His enormous archive. As a military photographer Andrew shot a lot and bright. When selecting works for the exhibition, we wanted to display journalistic logic Stenina, to demonstrate the visual and conceptual joints in their frames. His works are excellent material for all those who wish to learn and grow in the art of photojournalism ", - said at the opening of the exhibition Vladimir Vyatkin, the famous Russian photographer, photojournalist MIA " Russia today ", a member of the international jury of the photo contest. Andrew Stenina.
within Photoparade in Uglich international competition of photojournalism. Andrei Stenin was expressed by festival partner and co-organizer of the Advisory panel " Portfolio review ". In the format Portfolio review, which will be held August 8 at the site of "the ascension" (St. Olga Bergholz, 5), the participants will have a unique opportunity to showcase their work to leading Russian and international experts in the field of photography and get their advice. In the number of photographers participating in Portfolio review, entered, and Vladimir Vyatkin.
on the festival grounds of Uglich MIA "Russia today" also presented a special Exhibition of photojournalist Agency Valery Melnikov, dedicated to the events in Ukraine, and an exhibition in memory of the legendary Soviet photographer Igor Kostin (1936 - 2015), who shot more than 600 thousand units of a unique material that reflects all the stages of destruction of the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster. The exhibition includes photographs of the Kostina and pictures of Vladimir Vyatkin about it.
international competition of photojournalism established MIA "Russia today" on December 22, 2014. The contest bears the name of Andrei Stenin, the special correspondent of the Agency, who died on 6th August 2014 In the South-East of Ukraine in the performance of editorial tasks.
Project MIA "Russia today" aims to attract public attention to the problems of photojournalism and Express support for young photographers.
in the international competition of photojournalism behalf of Andrei Stenin in 2015 was attended by about 5000 works from 54 countries, including the Russian Federation, countries of Europe, North and South America, Africa, Middle East, India and Southeast Asia. The jury of the competition includes world-recognised masters, known in different ways to look at the world: Natalia Udartseva (Russia), Founder and Director of the School of visual arts