Max Sher, Nikita Beketov, 21, student, fan of the series Brak po Zaveshaniu (Marriage by Will)
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Max Sher

Nikita Beketov, 21, student, fan of the series Brak po Zaveshaniu (Marriage by Will), 2012
Website - MaxSher.com

Born in St. Petersburg, raised in Siberia and educated in Siberia and France, Max Sher took up photography in 2006. His work (personal and commissioned) has since appeared in Courrier International, Monocle, Esquire (Russia), le Monde, Libération, Ogoniok, Independent Magazine, Afisha, Bolshoi Gorod, Russian Reporter, Snob, GEO Traveler, Foto8, Private, Newsweek Japan, etc. and was exhibited in St.Petersburg, Vienna, Moscow, Bratislava, among others. Max was nominated for KLM Paul Huf Awards in 2008. He is currently based in Moscow.

Posted on Tuesday, May 22, 2012.

 

 

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