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Heidi Hollinger (born in Montreal, 1968) is a political photographer and documentary presenter. After opening a photo studio in Moscow, she photographed over 100 political conventions in Russia, and travelled extensively to photograph other world leaders, including Vladimir Putin, Mikhail Gorbachev, Jean Chrétien, Fidel Castro, and the Dalai Lama. Hollinger’s photos can be found in the permanent collections of the Moscow History Museum, the Moscow House of Photography, the Cirque du Soleil and the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art.
- Faces of the Opposition, Moscow Photo Center (1994)
- Faces of the Opposition, Kazan, Tartarstan (1994)
- Faces of the Opposition, Omsk, Russia (1994)
- Building Moscow, Moscow City Hall (1995)
- Faces of the Opposition, Bergamot Station Galleries, Los Angeles (1995)
- Politicians from A to Z, The State Duma, Moscow (1996)
- New Genre: The Russian Political Portrait, Manezh Gallery, Moscow (1996)
- Contemporary Artists, Metropole, Moscow (1996)
- Politicians, Almaty (1998); Saratov (1999)
- Peculiarities of National Politicians, Manezh Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow (1999)
- Peculiarities of National Politicians, The State Duma, Moscow (2000)
- Russians, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow (2000)
- Russians, Canadian Embassy, Moscow (2000)
- Russians, Mike Bossy, Montreal (2000)
- 100 years of Moscow (as part of group show), Montreal City Hall (2000)
- 10 years in Moscow, Canadian Parliament, Ottawa (2001)
- 10 years in Moscow, Russian Embassy, Ottawa (2001)
- The Russians Emerge, Russian Consulate, New York (2002)
- The Russians Emerge, Philadelphia (2003)
- The Russians Emerge, Cirque du Soleil, Montreal (2003)
- The Russians Emerge, The Arts Factory, Las Vegas (2004)
- The Russians Emerge, Carlu, Toronto (2004)
- The Himalayas, Biosphere, Montreal (2004)
- Selected Histories, Groupe Cossette, Montreal (2004)
- Distinct Society, HollingerCollins Gallery, Montreal (2006)
- Heidi Chez Les Soviets, Les Intouchables, Montreal, 1999.
- Peculiarities of Russian Politicians, Vagrius, Moscow, 1999.
- Les Russes, Les Éditions Stanké, Montreal, 2000.
- Russians, Vagrius, Moscow, 2000.
- The Russians Emerge, Abbeville Press, New York, 2002.
- Monsieur Poutine, Vous Permettez?, Editions la Semaine, Montreal 2008.
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