11 Soviet Reality by Igor Palmin

Soviet Reality by Igor Palmin

Posted on December 12, 2011 by

V.Kharlov’s wife artist Vera Ushakova. Zhivotovo-Rusinovo, The Kirov Region, 1984.

Visitors, 1990.


Day Three. White House. 08.21.91.

‘For Russia’.

Moscow. Pigeon fancier, 1976.

Moscow. A passerby, Griboyedov Street, 1978.

The Republic of Buryat. Zakamensk. A kid with a puppy.

The Republic of Buryat. A stopover before the Selenga River, 1980.

Riga (Latvia). Old Town, 1959.

Vilnius, Old Town (Lithuania), 1976.


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11 Responses to “Soviet Reality by Igor Palmin”

  1. IamI says:

    Despite the region, religion and times, the artists always differs from their neighbours. They have a world of their own.

  2. Verto says:

    “Simple life”.little to earn but also little to loose ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

  3. historian says:

    Gde moi 17 let?

  4. asd says:

    He travelled a lot it seems.

  5. Hirsh says:

    “Yalta, 1983″ – it must be easy to blend in when everyone wears the same coat. :)

  6. Barrie says:

    1st photo. Object on boys left, our right, slung over the pole, is a horse pack saddle, it looks like an English military one to me. More like these please

  7. Plexo says:

    Bella Akhmadulina has the biggest camel toe I have ever seen. you can that puffy vag in picture 18

  8. SMERSH says:

    Say Raisin!

  9. (r)evolutionist says:

    “Near Lake Baikal.” …wish I was there…

  10. Theebeatnik says:

    A wonderful post, thank you for taking us on your journey!

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