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PEOPLE. Photography by LEONID LUBIANITSKY

01/20/09 through 02/27/09 | until 6pm, except Sunday and Monday

Harriman Institute at Columbia University

420 West 118 Street & Amsterdam Avenue (International Affairs Building), 12 Floor Map

20-01-2009 12:00:00 27-02-2009 12:00:00 America/New_York PEOPLE. Photography by LEONID LUBIANITSKY | until 6pm, except Sunday and Monday Leonid Lubianitsky is one of the leading contemporary photographers and the most recognized artists in the Russian cultural community in the USA and abroad. Third generation photographer, he was born in Leningrad in 1938, and started to take pictures learning from his father at the age of six. At the age of seventeen, after his father's untimely death, he started to work at commercial studio to support his family. Later, he was drafted to the Soviet air force as an aerial photographer. In 1960 he started his career as a filmmaker at the Leningrad Television Studio, producing documentaries on arts and programs for children, while continuing photography as fine art as well as taking assignments for varies magazines and publishing houses. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=32154 Harriman Institute at Columbia University Harriman Institute at Columbia University

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Leonid Lubianitsky is one of the leading contemporary photographers and the most recognized artists in the Russian cultural community in the USA and abroad. Third generation photographer, he was born in Leningrad in 1938, and started to take pictures learning from his father at the age of six. At the age of seventeen, after his father's untimely death, he started to work at commercial studio to support his family. Later, he was drafted to the Soviet air force as an aerial photographer. In 1960 he started his career as a filmmaker at the Leningrad Television Studio, producing documentaries on arts and programs for children, while continuing photography as fine art as well as taking assignments for varies magazines and publishing houses.

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