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Anatoly Rudakov


Anatoly Rudakov was born in Russia in 1951. After graduating from Moscow Film School (VGIK) in 1977, he pursued a career of a cameraman in TV and documentary film industry.  He was involved as a cameraman in numerous TV and documentary projects for over thirty years for CBS, ZDF, ARTE, NHK ect. Since 2008 he lives in Munich focusing on art photography. His pieces have been exhibited at various venues around Germany, Luxembourg, France, Hungary.


Since 2008 Freelance Photographer

1991 to now Freelance Cameraman

1990 to 1991 Cameraman, Russian Television, London

1985 to 1990 Camerman, for 'Soyus Telefilm' in Moscow

1980 to 1985 Camerman, Russian Television, Geneve

1977 to 1980 Camerman, Central Television, Moscow



1973 to 1977 Moscow Film School VGIK, cameraman departement



Sept. 2014  BERLINER LISTE 2014. Contemporary Art Fair, 11th edition, Berlin, Germany          

Sept.  2014  Juried exhibition Stories. Gallery PH21, Budapest, Hungary

May 2014 Group exhibition L'Heure Bleue. Saint-Tropez, France

May 2014  Solo exhibition Leaving the Sharpness Zone. KJUB Gallery, Luxembourg

April 2014   Solo exhibition Leaving the Sharpness Zone. Atelier Alen, Munich, Germany

2014  Art Project Saatchi On Screen,  Saatchi Galery, London

2013  Group exhibition München. Ein photographisches Poem.
The ART BOX, Munich

October 2012 Solo exhibition Die Poesie der Unschärfe. Gallery Rose, Landshut, Germany



2014 EPSON Pano Awards, 2 Bronze Awards in category "Landscapes"

2014 Grand Prix de la Photographie,  2nd Price, St. Tropez, France, organized by Rotary Club

2014 International Color Awards, Nomination, Los Angeles, USA

2013 Sony World Photography Awards. Open Shortlisted Panoramic, London, UK

2013 International Photography Awards IPA . Honorable mention Fine Art (Professional) in six categories: „Other“, „Abstract“, „Landscape“, „Seasons“, „Trees“, „Travel/Tourism“, Los Angeles, USA

2012 International Fine Art Photography, Final Jury Round Selection