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Police road safety sign, Magadan. Far East Russia, August 2004
Alexandrovsk Port, Sakhalin Island.  Far East Russia, October 2004
Port officials, Vladivostok. Far East Russia, October 2004
Taxis cross the frozen Lena River, Yakutsk. Far East Russia, November 2004
Zhenya and his pregnant fiancée Mia, Yakutsk. Eastern Siberia, November 2004
The lounge of a former sanitorium, Sludyanka.  Eastern Siberia, November 2004
Abandoned warship in the Kola Bay, Murmansk. Northwestern Region, January 2005
Meat market, Pyatigorsk.  Northern Caucasus. April 2005
Ballroom dancers, Nikita and Rufina, Omsk. Western Siberia, May 2005
Victory Day picnic, Yekaterinburg. Urals, May 2005
Outdoor market in Grozny, Chechnya Northern Caucasus, April 2005
Deflated crocodile on Victory Day, Yekaterinburg. Urals, May 2005
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Simon Roberts

Simon Roberts
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Simon Roberts was born in 1974 in South Croydon, London, and studied a BA (Hons) Degree in Human Geography at the University of Sheffield (1996). His photographs have been exhibited widely with recent solo shows at the National Media Museum, UK, EX3 Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Italy, and Shanghai’s Museum of Contemporary Art, China. They are represented in major public and private collections, including the Deutsche Börse Art Collection, George Eastman House and Wilson Centre for Photography. In recognition for his work, Roberts has received several awards including the Vic Odden Award from the Royal Photographic Society (2007) - offered for a notable achievement in the art of photography by a British photographer, a National Media Museum Bursary Award (2007), grant from the John Kobal Foundation (2008) and was most recently commissioned as the official Election Artist by the House of Commons Works of Art Committee (2010) to produce a record of the UK General Election. He has published two monographs, Motherland (Chris Boot, 2007) and We English (Chris Boot, 2009).