Walking Beneath the Sea Exhibition on Uglich XII Photoparade (Russia)


Viktor Lyagushkin’s Walking Beneath the Sea exhibition on Uglich XII Photoparade (Russia) had a great success.

From 1st to 5th of August 2018 participants of one of the biggest photographic events in Russia and guests of the town had possibility to visit free exhibition in the hall of Volzhskaya Riviera Hotel and to see the best 25 underwater shots by Viktor.

Permanent Exhibition in the Georgian National Museum

A permanent exhibition dedicated to the biodiversity of the Caucasus was opened at the National Museum of Georgia (Tbilisi) a couple of days ago. The National Geographic (Georgia) Magazine took part in the creation of the exhibition. The visitors will admire dioramas, read and listen to information about the fauna and flora of the Caucasus. Among the most valuable exhibits of the exhibition are stuffed animals, some of which had been made 150 years old. It is sad to realize that already many of these species  are not to be found in the wildlife.

In the National Geographic educational corner which is located in the second hall of the exposition, films are unspooled on two screens. Among them there is a documentary about the expedition into the National Park of Vashlovani. It was an assignment from  National Geographic (Georgia), during which me and Viktor Lyagushkin spent a couple of months collecting material, making pictures and capturing video about this  wonder of nature.

 

Walking Beneath 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.

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.

Reefcalendar – Project for Our Seas

Our  team takes part in the charitable project Reefcalendar.  PHOTOTEAM.PRO member, Nikon Ambassador SUBAL Pro Team member Viktor Lyagushkin entered the project with his photography “Swan Swims Over the Sky”. There are also such famous photographers as Lynn Funkhouser and  Christian Vizl and other.

Hotel Le Méridien Vienna hosted an exhibition with the photographs included. Exhibition is open for visitors from  29th of November till 15th of January. All money raised during the project will be spent for salvation of reefs of Southern Seas.

#Seagull Project Presentation at the Moscow Dive Show 2017

фото: Владимир Бабенко

photo: Vladimir Babenko

The PHOTOTEAM.PRO presented to the general diving public their last project #Seagull during the Moscow Dive Show 2017 which took place in early February. Incomparable Natalie Avseenko told about all the twists and turns that had to overcome the team members to complete the project. Also Natalie showed movies on the big screen: music video #Seagull and the documentary #Seagull: Finding of Wings.

photo: Vladimir Babenko

photo: Vladimir Babenko

#Seagull Project Exhibition in Moscow

priglashenieFrom July 26 to August 12, 2016 in a cozy Loft at Malaya Ordynka (str. Malaya Ordynka, 25, Moscow, Russia) owned by our wonderful friend Helen Marshall, an exhibition had been held, which was first presented photos from the project #Seagull, as well as first-run documentaries and feature short films from the Project.

Many thanks to Elena and her team for their help in organizing the event and exhibition design. Thank you, Elena, everything had been done highly professionally!

Single Photo Museum

музей одной фотографии“Museum of one picture” is an exhibition which has started in the framework of the Festival of Contemporary Photography at Moscow Exhibition Center, pavilion №59 “Grain”. The exhibition  is represented by the only one photograph: the work by Viktor Lyagushkin “We are of one blood.”

This is a picture from the project “Princess of Whales”, on which the two-time champion and world record holder Natalie Avseenko swims with beluga whales under the ice of the White Sea.

On our photo to this post Natalie stands herself beside this remarkable photograph.

#Seagull Project is Announced!

#Seagull is a project of freedom, finding oneself, about life after death and love conquering death.
Princess of Whales

Freedom, love and flight – it’s hard to say how they are related, but somehow the simple words excite all the people of our planet. They make us dream, make our hearts run faster, this is something that is worth living.

Our project is named #Seagull. Seagull is not just a bird, it is a symbol of struggle, symbol of soul, connection between the worlds, a personification of grief and happiness. It is Jonathan Livingston Seagull flying from the parable by Richard Bach; it is the Stormy Petrel by Maxim Gorky. It is a story of difficult obstacles, intractable obstacles, the will, desire, and feelings of a person who wins what cannot be beat. Continue reading