The exposition of works of the photographer of international news Agency "Russia today" Igor Zarembo " citizens and time ", which became the illustration of what occurred in the westernmost region of Russia for the last 5 years, has opened in the State archive of the Kaliningrad region.
"This Exposition I had planned 2 years ago. But there was a whole series of events - the Olympics, Crimea, Ukraine, Syrian Arab Republic, which suddenly turned these photos into the story. For this reason, that a Field complete exposition in March, these photos will remain in the archive means that the events, witness I was, will go down in history, " said Zarembo.
About 40 pictures that he chose for the exhibition reflect all areas of daily life, in the spotlight photographer - citizens in the most different situations and manifestations - from the appearance of a person in the world to old age. According to the editor of the Directorate of photo information MIA "Russia today" Ekaterina Novikova, the exhibition is a overview of How today's Russia.
"the photographers usually just don't have time for creativity in addition to Agency work, well that Igor was able to take away the work from a huge array, which is formed together this picture of our modern life, which has already become history. This confirms what the photographer creates a visual story, " said Novikov.
famous photographer, winner of regional, Russian and international competitions and Biennale, member of the Union of correspondents and the Union of photo artists of Russia Igor Zarembo was born in 1948 in Tallinn, lives in Kaliningrad since 1961. Worked as a photographer in Newspapers " Guardian of the Baltic ", " Kaliningrad Komsomolets ", the Agency ITAR-TASS, the parliamentary correspondent of the newspaper "the Kaliningrad truth" in the Supreme Soviet of the USSR.
Zarembo many times in hot spots. As a freelance photographer collaborated with a number of foreign agencies (Ullstein, France-Presse, printed illustrated edition of Der Spiegel). C 1993 - publisher of the German-speaking newspaper " k?nigsberg Express." Now the photographer MIA "Russia today" in the northwestern Federal district (Kaliningrad). Personal exposure was demonstrated in Russia, Lithuania and Germany.