Vladimir Frumin is an artist whose art reflects a connection with people from all walks of life. He won the Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship Award by Houston Center for Photography and his portfolio "I am American" was chosen by Sony for an exhibition in Summerset House in London. The fine art photos by Vladimir are presented on the sites of National Geographic, Hasselblad and others.
This exhibition, “Losing Skyline and Other Stories,” are his visual essays expressed in his own unique style of black and white photography that has given him worldwide recognition. He takes ordinary trees, bushes and landscape and infuses a mood and sense of moment.
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