Simon Roberts  russia
Events Exhibitions

Polyarnye Nochi, Baker Mamonova Gallery

16 Nov 15

Exhibition of my photographs at Baker Mamonova gallery, St. Leonards-on-Sea, opening 20 November.

Books/Prints News

Photoworks Fundraising Print

16 Feb 15

Road Trip Altai Mountains, Russia, 2005

Exhibitions News

Landscape Studies of a Small Island, MAMM

20 Apr 14

A new survey exhibition of my landscape photographs made in Britain over past eight years is presented at the Multimedia Art Museum Moscow as part of the UK-Russia Year of Culture 2014.

Exhibitions News

Polyarnye Nochi, Brighton Dome

09 Jan 14

Photographs from my Polyarnye Nochi series are on show at the Brighton Dome until early February.

News Tearsheets

The Zoich Olympics, Outside Magazine

12 Nov 13

I have a series of photographs in the current issue of Outside Magazine taken in Sochi, Russia earlier this year


The Work of Sergei Vasiliev

18 May 13

The work of Sergei Vasiliev currently on show at the Saatchi Gallery as part of their group show ‘GAIETY IS THE MOST OUTSTANDING FEATURE OF THE SOVIET UNION’. Sergei Vasiliev was born in 1937 in Chelyabinsk, Russia. After graduating from the MVD Academy, Moscow, he became a staff photographer for the newspaper ‘Vecherny Chelyabinsk’, where […]


The Nation, Issue 2

19 Mar 13

An interview published in the Russian magazine, The Nation.


Sochi's Olympic Stadium

19 Feb 13

Olympic Stadium construction, Sochi, Russia, February 2013 © Simon Roberts I”ve just returned from a trip to Sochi in Russia where I was documenting preparations for next year”s Winter Olympics in Russia. The photographs will feature in later this year.


Russian Dash-Cams

18 Feb 13

Russian dash-cams hit the news when a dozen different motorists around the city of Chelyabinsk were able to capture video of a massive meteor flying through the sky? Almost everyone in Russia has a dash-mounted video camera in their car. Read an article about them in Wired magazine here.


Russian Meteor Memes

16 Feb 13

President Putin launches his most audacious PR stunt to date! See more examples of Russian meteor memes here.