From December 10, 2020 to January 31, 2021, Kolibri professional company will hold an exhibition featuring the best photo works of the Yenisey Siberia photo contest. Photos can be seen by everyone in the Kodak na Mira store (98 Mira Ave.).
The Yenisey Siberia photo contest was held on Instagram social network among the residents of the Krasnoyarsk Region, the Republic of Khakassia and the Tyva Republic. A total of 284 photographs were submitted for the contest. The jury of the photo contest selected four winners and determined the best works among the rest of the contestants, which were posted on official Instagram account of the contest organizers – @ krasnoyarsk2019.
The photo exhibition, hosted by the Kodak na Mira store, presents top 11 photo works of the Yenisey Siberia photo contest. Kolibri professional company will conduct an additional voting and determine three winners among the exhibitors. All the visitors to the photo shop are invited to choose the photo they like, fill out a special form and drop it into the voting box located in the store. The winners will receive high quality photo printing certificates.
“We have been engaged in photography for many years and with great pleasure we hold regular exhibitions of professional photographers of the Krasnoyarsk Region within the walls of our store,” said Tatyana Ivanova, Development Director of the Kolibri professional company. “The exhibition based on the results of the photo contest is a new format that provides an opportunity to present talented photographers living and working in the Yenisey Siberia.”
It should be emphasized, that the Yenisey Siberia is composed of the three regions located along the banks of the Yenisey: the Krasnoyarsk Region, the Republic of Khakassia and the Tyva Republic. The regions are united not only by geographical proximity, but also by a common history, culture, traditions, as well as a unique landscape and unique natural landmarks that are the property of everyone who lives in the Yenisey Siberia.
Photo: Sergey Lapin, Maria Kamendova, Andrey Zaichenko