Sergey Maximishin (30) More files...
Russian b.1964



Sergey Maximishin spent his childhood in Kerch, Crimea. He moved to Leningrad in 1982 and served in the Soviet Army as a photographer for the Soviet Military Force Group in Cuba from 1985 to 1987.



After graduating from Leningrad Politechnical Institute in 1991 with a BA in physics, Maximishin worked in the laboratory of scientific and technical expertise in the Hermitage Museum.



He then graduated from St. Petersburg Faculty of Photojournalism in 1998 and was a staff photographer for the "Izvestia" newspaper between 1999 and 2003.



Maximishin has since worked for major international newspapers and magazines including The Times, Time, Newsweek, Parool, Liberation, Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Stern, Business Week, Focus, Der Profile, Corriere della Sera, Izvestia, Ogonyok and Itogi.
A goldfish seller holds up two bags of fish in water on a market.
Children eat lunch at a cadet school for impoverished families in Sysert.
Russian Prime Minister and, at the time of this picture, Russian President,...
A girl cleans her teeth while looking into a broken fragment of a mirror.
Young women listen to a lecture at the theological college in Makhachkala.
Monks carry an icon of the Crucifixion in the grounds of the Alexande-Svirsky...
A truck driver grins, showing a mouth full of gold teeth.
A family at home in El-Tyubyu village, in the republic of Kabardino-Balkaria...
North Korean border guards stand at attention at the border post at the...
A soldier prepares a meal at a field kitchen.
A boy swimming in a public fountain pretends to take a shot with a toy gun.
A worker discards salmon carcasses at a fish breeding factory in Kamchatka.
Patients at a psycho-neurological asylum drink tea together.
A banker and a stripper dance naked on a table as a group of bank employees...
The Museum of Old Urban Life. Pioneers meet with veterans of the Young...
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