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Name  Alexander Zemlianichenko

Role  Photographer
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Awards  Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography, World Press Photo Award for People in the News
Nominations  Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography

Alexander (Sasha) Zemlianichenko (Russian: Александр Вадимович Земляниченко), prominent Russian photojournalist, born May 7, 1950, in Saratov, Russia.

Alexander Zemlianichenko Russia Rich People Photographer Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr

He has been working for the Associated Press in Moscow since 1990. He has traveled extensively, covering news stories throughout the former Soviet Union, the Middle East, Europe and the United States.

Alexander Zemlianichenko Alexander Zemlianichenko of Associated Press The Pulitzer Prizes

He was one of five AP photographers who won the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for photos of the Soviet coup attempt of 1991. He also was a finalist in the 1995 Pulitzer competition for his photographs of the war in Chechnya, Russia.

Zemlianichenko received his second Pulitzer Prize in 1997 [1] for a photo of Russian President Boris Yeltsin dancing at a rock concert. The same photo won a World Press Photo award in 1996 [2]. He was later invited to be a jury member [3] at World Press Photo.

References

Alexander Zemlianichenko Wikipedia


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