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One Hundred Heads Of Agvadilla. Picks From Immigration Facility

Sergey Voronin was born in Moscow in 1974. He started painting and drawing at the age of 12. In 1998 Sergey graduated from Moscow University of Architecture and soon after returned to the university as a teacher. In addition to teaching, he was involved in fine art and interior design, and had a number of solo and group exhibits. In 2009 Sergey left Russia and moved to the United States. Here he continues working as an independent artist, designer, photographer and videographer. Together with Anya Rozhdestvenskaya they run a professional photo studio and a photo blog whitecrowpictures.com.
When coming from Dominican Republic to the United States, Sergey had to make a 4-month long stop at an immigration facility in Agvadilla, Puerto Rico. There he executed series of portraits of inmates. Neva-York Gallery is pleased to bring these excellent portraits to your attention.
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