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Antanas Sutkus

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50 Amazing Black and White Photographs That Capture Everyday Life in Soviet Lithuania During the 1960s and 1970s ~ vintage everyday

50 Amazing Black and White Photographs That Capture Everyday Life in Soviet Lithuania During the 1960s and 1970s ~ vintage everyday

Rebelling against political propaganda, acclaimed photographer Antanas Sutkus embarked on a life-long journey to capture the everyday scenes around him. A landmark exhibition of his work, Nostalgia for bare feet, is now on show in Moscow

An 'epic poem' of life in Soviet Lithuania – in pictures

"People of Lithuania" - portraits of Soviet Lithuania by Antanas Sutkus.

Sunbathers by Antanas Sutkus

An Epic Poem, Assembled From Fragments Of Everyday Life In Soviet Lithuania Through The Lens Of Photograher Antanas Sutkus

Mother's Hand- 1965 by Antanus Sutkus, Lithuanian, photography

The Mother’s Hand by Antanas Sutkus 1966 I remember clearly doing this with my mothers hands

Look at that shelf just loaded with "Grandmother's Cheese," a type of farmer's cheese that my Grandmother made. So delicious! Its distinctive shape is formed by the cheesecloth holding the curd as it "drip dries." Antanas Sutkus. Lithuanian Family. Aukštaitija 1967

Blind Pioneer, 1962 Rebelling against political propaganda, acclaimed photographer Antanas Sutkus embarked on a life-long journey to capture the everyday

Vilnius, Lithuanian SSR by Antanas Sutkus

Antanas Sutkus Lazdynu pradzia, Saligatvis, Vilnius, This is how people avoided having mud on their shoes during communism.

Antanas Sutkus

Antanas Sutkus

Antanas Sutkus - Lithuanian photographer and recipient of the Lithuanian National Prize and Order of the Lithuanian Grand Duke Gediminas. He was one of the co-founders and a President of the Photography Art Society of Lithuania. [from Wikipedia] Born June 27, 1939    http://test.svs.lt/images/nemunas/nemunas_454_93.jpg

Antanas Sutkus : Lithuanian photographer, recipient of the Lithuanian National Prize b.June 1939 (Note the Farmers Cheese drying on shelf above them.