Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

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TRIVA group was represented by photographers Vladimir Vorobyov, Vladimir Sokolaev and Alexander Trofimov who worked in the 70-80s at the Kuznetsk metallurgical complex. Although they didn’t take much photos in the complex. The three were fired for blackening of the socialist way of life, they had nothing to do but to destroy a part of their archives. But then the three began to photograph freely. They took cameras and captured moments all around. Some of their photos are shown in this publication.

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1984

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1984

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1983

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1983

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1980

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1980

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1983 “Happiness”

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1981 Maternity home

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1983

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1985

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1981

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work

1982

3 thoughts on “Soviet Photos That Deprived Their Authors of Work”

    • Yes he purposely sold the USSR to the western capitalist imperialists stopped all mayor projects ruined national industry disconnected purposely demand for consumer goods from supply laundered bunch of money from Gosbank trhrough off sore accounts imported prostitution and drug addictions all while he was reunited fascist germany back togeter and selling Soviet war machinery for Pepsi concentrate. Yes he was a great leader and I wish you endure everything that people living then endured.

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  1. Of course they got banned when they purposely degraded the perception of USSR and socialist lifestyle because those “sad” pictures could be sold way better to western media than regular ones. These guys were opportunists and they grabbed their chance to push the image of their own country into oblivion because that paid out.

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