VALERY FAMINSKY V. 1945 (last copies)

by Valery Faminsky


Photographs: Valery Faminsky

Publisher: Arthur Bondar

224 pages

Pictures: 107 b/w images

ISBN: 978-5-600-01839-6

Price: 75

Comments: Edited by Arthur Bondar. Hardcover, 224 pages, 14 x 20 cm, first edition of 500 copies (50 special edition)

The book “Valery Faminsky V.1945” is a unknown photo-evidence from the period of WWII. The book is based on the largely unknown part of historical archive by the Soviet photographer Valery Faminsky (1914-1993) who went to the frontline with paramedics to capture the first aid during war actions. In 2016 this unique historical heritage was purchased at the online flea market by the Ukrainian photographer Arthur Bondar. After presentation of this archive first in New York Times, other medias and numerous exhibitions, Arthur Bondar published the book “Valery Faminsky V.1945” this year. The book contains incredible and striking visual content of the last months of the war, april-may 1945. Black pages of the book dive the viewer at the atmosphere of the war actions and its aftermath, abandoned cities, suffered solders and civilians. Looking at this material easy to notice that Faminsky had sincere interest in the destiny of people on both sides of the barricades. This archive is unknown part of history for many people. And it could be a great remind about tragic consequences of the war for all of us.


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VALERY FAMINSKY V. 1945 (last copies)

by Valery Faminsky


Photographs: Valery Faminsky

Publisher: Arthur Bondar

224 pages

Pictures: 107 b/w images

ISBN: 978-5-600-01839-6

Price: 75

Comments: Edited by Arthur Bondar. Hardcover, 224 pages, 14 x 20 cm, first edition of 500 copies (50 special edition)

The book “Valery Faminsky V.1945” is a unknown photo-evidence from the period of WWII. The book is based on the largely unknown part of historical archive by the Soviet photographer Valery Faminsky (1914-1993) who went to the frontline with paramedics to capture the first aid during war actions. In 2016 this unique historical heritage was purchased at the online flea market by the Ukrainian photographer Arthur Bondar. After presentation of this archive first in New York Times, other medias and numerous exhibitions, Arthur Bondar published the book “Valery Faminsky V.1945” this year. The book contains incredible and striking visual content of the last months of the war, april-may 1945. Black pages of the book dive the viewer at the atmosphere of the war actions and its aftermath, abandoned cities, suffered solders and civilians. Looking at this material easy to notice that Faminsky had sincere interest in the destiny of people on both sides of the barricades. This archive is unknown part of history for many people. And it could be a great remind about tragic consequences of the war for all of us.


more books tagged »Russia« | >> see all

more books tagged »Sovietunion« | >> see all

more books tagged »photojournalism« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

VALERY FAMINSKY V. 1945 (last copies)

by Valery Faminsky


Photographs: Valery Faminsky

Publisher: Arthur Bondar

224 pages

Pictures: 107 b/w images

ISBN: 978-5-600-01839-6

Price: 75

Comments: Edited by Arthur Bondar. Hardcover, 224 pages, 14 x 20 cm, first edition of 500 copies (50 special edition)

The book “Valery Faminsky V.1945” is a unknown photo-evidence from the period of WWII. The book is based on the largely unknown part of historical archive by the Soviet photographer Valery Faminsky (1914-1993) who went to the frontline with paramedics to capture the first aid during war actions. In 2016 this unique historical heritage was purchased at the online flea market by the Ukrainian photographer Arthur Bondar. After presentation of this archive first in New York Times, other medias and numerous exhibitions, Arthur Bondar published the book “Valery Faminsky V.1945” this year. The book contains incredible and striking visual content of the last months of the war, april-may 1945. Black pages of the book dive the viewer at the atmosphere of the war actions and its aftermath, abandoned cities, suffered solders and civilians. Looking at this material easy to notice that Faminsky had sincere interest in the destiny of people on both sides of the barricades. This archive is unknown part of history for many people. And it could be a great remind about tragic consequences of the war for all of us.


more books tagged »Russia« | >> see all

more books tagged »Sovietunion« | >> see all

more books tagged »photojournalism« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com