May 22nd 2018
23 May 2018 Grigoriy Yaroshenko in conversation with Natalia Rubinstein

Dear friends, please join photographer Grigoriy Yaroshenko as he speaks to a journalist and literary critic Natalia Rubinstein about his current photo project on Russian railways, his recent book Norilsk and his earlier work including How to become a clergy photographed in Moscow Theological Academy.

Wednesday 23 May 18.30. Cultural Dialogue, 6 Pall Mall East, London SW1Y 5BF (Entrance from Whitcomb Street). Tube: Charing Cross, exit to National Gallery.

Free event. RSVP essential: Tel. 07949100956

Grigoriy Yaroshenko was born in Moscow and graduated from the Moscow Institute of Cinematography. He has since worked as a photographer and a cameraman for over 20 years and received several awards for photography.

Natalia Rubinstein was born in Leningrad , where she taught Russian language and literature and worked in Pushkin’s memorial museum at the Moika embankment, 12. After she left the Soviet Union (1974) she was editor of and contributor to numerous émigré publications in Israel, France, Germany, UK. She has been a BBC Russian Service producer for over 20 years.

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