A project called “Kharkiv – city of bright ideas” presents an exhibition of the photographer Pavel Itkin. You could see his photos in some popular magazines like Forbes, Esquire, Caters, Dailymail etc. In order to capture such beautiful shots, the photographer climbed to the very top of the 330-meter high CHP-5 in Kharkiv, descended into the tunnels of underground in Moscow and even traveled to Chernobyl.

«About life we ​​live» photo exhibition was opened from March 29 to April 12, 2015 at the creative campus “Novoe mesto” (New place) in the “French Boulevard” shopping center. Presented collection consists of 50 fantastically beautiful pictures from the author’s archive.

City aerial view is the main theme of the exhibition. Urban romance and youth drive – its keynotes.

“It’s hard to say when I started to climb on the roofs, mentally I was always there, – says the photographer, – I visited all the interesting for rufer places in Kharkiv: Uspensky (Assumption) Cathedral, City Hall, a pipe of CHP-5 and basically all high-rise buildings in the city. Traveled to Kiev, Lviv, Odessa, Moscow, Saint-Petersburg with the aim to climb on the roofs and all kinds of places inaccessible for ordinary people.”

For a detailed view of any photo, just click on it. We recommend watching the exhibition in full-screen mode 🙂

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