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GOSHA RUBCHINSKI is one of the emerging multitasking creative talents of Europe, but he is still is an exception in his Russian homeland. At just 25, he has been making waves in the fashion world for his distinctly Russian aesthetic, which has been described as “a personal take on the fetishistic uniformity of Moscow street gangs’ post-Perestroika suburb sportswear, mixed with political paraphernalia.” His fanzines are also celebrated for their brutal portrayal of the post-Soviet generation.
German art and fashion cult magazine 032c invited GOSHA RUBCHINSKI to show his photography, apparel, and material inspirations in their Berlin gallery until August 21st 2010. To accompany the exhibition, 032c and Motto will co-publish a catalogue edition of RUBCHINSKI’s photography in a limited print-run of 300.
Below is a documentary movie about Russian teenage skateboarders and their summer trip to Sestroretskvideo edited and filmed by GOSHA RUBCHINSKI