Project "Parsuna"

The word “parsuna” means the 17th century Russian painted portrait depicting a real person in iconographic art technique with inverted perspective.

In this project together with two photographers – Konstantin Dyachkov and Aleksander Shvets– we create historical portraits of priests in the tideway of medieval iconographic tradition using wide range of tools that modern art photography and post-production can give.

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Archpriest Vyacheslav Kharinov, church of the Icon of the Mother of God 'Assuage My Sorrows'
Community of church of Saint Tatiana the Martyr, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Sisterhood of church of the Icon of the Motherof God 'Assuage My Sorrows'
Seminarians of St. Petersburg Theological Academy
Community of church of Saint Pantaleon the Great Martyr, Udelnaya, St. Petersburg
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