Max Sher

b. 1975

Max Sher was born in St. Petersburg (then Leningrad), raised in Siberia and educated in Siberia and France, Max Sher started out as photojournalist and then moved on into art photography, installation, and video, still also doing assignments for international print and online media. Sher is primarily interested in the representation of post-Soviet cultural landscape and local/problematic histories. His work, personal and commissioned, was exhibited both at home and internationally, including Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow Museum of Architecture, Triumph Gallery, Calvert22 Gallery among other places, and has appeared in different editions. Sher is the author of a number of artist books and zines, including A Remote Barely Audible Evening Waltz (Treemedia Publishers, 2013), Palimpsests (Ad Marginem Press, with the support of Heinrich Böll Foundation, 2018), 245 Khrushchev Housing Entrances (self-published in 4 editions, 2018-20), Dictatorship of the Seven Seas (2018), etc. Sher's latest project is Infrastructures  a joint photobook with Sergey Novikov published in 2019 under their own small publishing brand RecurrentBooks with the support of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

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