Tomorrow never dies: capturing the glory and tragedy of an architectural revolution

Richard Pare has had a distinguished career as a photographer of architecture. His passion for Russian avant-garde buildings began in 1993 when he saw a photograph of Vladimir Tatlin's Monument to the Third International. For the past 20 years he has travelled widely in the former Soviet Union recording the glory and the tragedy of Constructivism's legacy and acting, increasingly, as an outspoken advocate for the preservation of these buildings.

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15 April 2014

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