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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Nikolay Khomoutetski

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Other: Nikolai Khomoutetski 
Other: Nikolay Fiodorovich Khomoutetski 
Dates:  1905 - 1973
Active:  Soviet Union
 
  
Soviet architect, architectural historian and Director of the Institute of Architecture (1948-1952). In 1933 he made a panoramic perspective of "Every building on Ligovski Prospect, Leningrad", this photographic work on 34 folding mounts came in at a staggering 23.8 metres in length. If works of this type seem familar it is because American artist Ed Ruscha created a similar work "Every Building on the Sunset Strip" (Hollywood: Self-published, Printed by Cinema Center Printing Co., [1971])

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