The Soviet "thaw" of the 1960s through the lens of Vladimir LagrangePictolic
The "thaw" in Soviet policy of the 1960s and led to a thaw in the pictures. Propaganda has faded into the background, and replace the productions came shooting real life. Vladimir Lagrange was a witness of the Soviet era and documented her without embellishment.
The source of the photos in the article: the website TASS
Vladimir Lagrange was born 4 may 1939 in Moscow. He became interested in photography in childhood. His career began at the age of 20 years in TASS as a student photojournalist. The characters in his filming, become friends, relatives and just strangers. In 1963, for the first time participated in the international exhibition in Budapest, where he received a gold medal for the "Little ballerinas".
The work of Lagrange were published in the Newspapers "Pravda" and Fraie Die Welt, the magazines "Soviet photo" and "Soviet Union". In the past he has worked for more than 20 years.
Vladimir Lagrange rejected a staged photo. His works create a portrait of the era is alive with the atmosphere of freedom, romance of youth and the carelessness of childhood.