Parade on the Red square, 1970

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Alexander Nagralyan wrote that he had filmed military parades and demonstrations on the Red square at least forty times and that he had taken pictures from all the points that were given to photojournalists: at the Mausoleum, on the Spasskaya tower under the clock, on the St. Basil’s Cathedral, on the roof of GUM and on the Historical Museum. The most recognizable, “business card” of the author was this photo of the November parade.

Printed later
Edition: 30
Gelatin silver print
Framed
Print size: 40 х 30 cm
Size including frame: 60 х 50 cm
Signed and numbered verso by the author
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