Photographs by Boris Mikhailov. Series Edited by Hermione Ireland.
Phaidon, London, 2001. 128 pp., 55 illustrations, 6¼x5¾".
"Boris Mikhailov is considered the former Soviet Union's most influential living photographer. His work contains many uses of photography - as conceptual project; as historical record; as the means to produce a work of art; as political commentary; as self-portraiture. The variety of his strategies show not only the richness of his imagination, but also his practical solutions for survival in an unstable and unsafe world. His art seems to embody his search for his own identity, as well as asking how can an artist position himself in a dying, defeated world?"-the publisher.
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