Samariy Gurariy (1916 - 1998) was a Soviet photojournalist who began his career in 1934, photographing for the Moscow newspaper 'Izvestia'. He became the favorite photocorrespondent of Stalin and was present and working at many of the most historic events of Stalin's career, such as the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences as well as covering the Soviet-Nazi front during the Second World War. Today in Russia, he is regarded by photographic historians as the equal of Baltermans, Khaldei and Shaikhet.

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April 22, 2016 - May 28, 2016