Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk
International Photography Grant 2019

Norilsk is an industrial city in Russia north of the Arctic Circle. Built in 1935 by forced labourers of the Stalinist regime to exploit the mines of the region, it is now ranked among the most polluted places in the world.

Alexander Gronsky was born in 1980 in Tallinn, Estonia. He moved to Russia in 2006 and he became member of the Photographer.Ru agency in 2004. His works have been published in numerous international newspapers and magazines, such as The Sunday Times,Esquire, Le Monde 2, Vanity Fair, Spiegel, Bolshoy Gorod, Ojode Pez. He was awarded the Aperture Portfolio Prize in 2009, the Foam Paul Huf Award in 2010 and the World Press Photo 3rd place for Daily Life stories in 2012.

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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Alexander Gronsky: Norilsk

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International Photography Grant 2019