"The Other Side of Roza Khutor" , Photographs by Kirill Ovchinnikov
Kirill Ovchinnikov explores hidden causal relationships of cities and their inhabitants. Professional artist who works in the genre of photography, tries to convey the underlying social, psychological and metaphysical processes of our everyday life, without departing from the true nature of documentary photography.
Roza Khutor Ski Resort – the key object of the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi 2014. It is located at an altitude of 2320 meters in the village of Krasnaya Polyana at the foot of the Main Caucasian ridge. The area of 1820 hectares covers the northern, north-eastern and southern slopes of the Aibga Ridge. It is situated 40 kilometers from Sochi. It attracts 10500 visitors every day. Rescue teams, avalanche and lift workers, snow makers and snowcats work here 24 hours a day to support the work of 77 km of trails.
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