Walking Under the Sea Exhibition

January 24, 2018, within the framework of the PhotoFest in the Kyiv School of Photography the exhibition by Viktor Lyagushkin and the team PHOTOTEAM.PRO “Walking under the sea” was opened. The basis of the exhibition was stills from the project #Seagull and retrospective of previous projects: Being a Dolphin, Magic World of the Blue Lake, Princess of Whales, Lady of the Orda Cave.

At the opening lecture Viktor told about the projects presented at the exhibition, about his vision of photography and held a small quiz with his book “Being a Dolphin” as a prize.

The exhibition will last until March 12, 2018.

Natalie Avseenko on the Pages of City Magazine

Interview with Natalie Avseenko for the City Magazine illustrated by great photos by Viktor Lyagushkin. The story tells us about the philosophy of freediving, projects by the record holder, and what it’s like to live in one breath. To be read in the January-February issue for 2018.

Viktor’s Photos at Pristine Russia Exhibition 2018

V Pristine Russia exhibition will be held from 26 January till 25 February in the Central House of Artists (Moscow, Russia). The exhibition is a part of the Pristine Russia Festival dedicated to Russian nature and wild life.

This year Moscow citizens will have possibility to see a special guest of the Festival – Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition.

Among hundreds of other works visitors may found there 3 photos by Viktor Lyagushkin from Baikal Lake.

#Seagull at Moscow Dive Show 2018

The #Seagull exhibition had been held 1 – 4 of February within Moscow Dive Show 2018. The Show becomes more and more popular, and this year it attracted 20 000 visitors from different countries.

24 meters of walls decorated with blue fabric and unusual photos showed to visitors underwater and under ice world of Lazurny Quarry, where the project had been performed.

At the opening ceremony Viktor Lyagushkin’s fans presented to the photographer a crocheted camera created by artist Jesika Geut. This is an accurate copy of the photographer’s favourite camera Nikon Df.