Boris Mikhailov

born 1938

Boris Mikhailov, ‘Red’ 1968–75, printed c.1999–2000
Red 1968–75, printed c.1999–2000
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Biography

Borys Andriyovych Mykhailov (Бори́с Андрі́йович Миха́йлов, born 25 August 1938) is a photographer who has been described as "one of the most important artists to have emerged from the former USSR."

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Artworks

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Boris Mikhailov 'Photography was a way out'

The politics of everyday life during the Soviet era and its aftermath

Features

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Documents for the world: Tate Modern New Displays I

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