Mikhail Lemkhin's bibliography
Photo artist Mikhail Lemkhin by Alexei Fedoseev
Terra Nova (Campell, CA USA) # 3, 2007.

60 Portraits by
Mikhail Lemkhin by Ekaterina Kim
Chas Pik (St. Petersburg, Russia), #32, 2005.

To Be Famous by Elena Shiroian
Kultura (Moscow, Russia), August 11-17, 2005.

Up Close And Personal by Galina Stolyarova
The St. Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg, Russia),
August 12, 2005.

Portraits of Famous People.
Novosty Sochi (Sochi, Russia), August 6, 2005.

Sixty Recognisable Faces by Ludmila Emelianova
St. Peterburgskie Vedomosty (St. Petersburg, Russia)
August 5, 2005.

Mikhail Lemkhin: Sixty Portraits by Konstantin Argunovich
Afisha (St. Petersburg, Russia), #14, 2005.

Mikhail Lemkhin: Portraits Without Dates by Anton Uspensky
100% Krasni (St Petersburg-Moscow, Russia), #7, 2005.

Comparative Life by Samuil Lurie
Novaya Gazeta (Moscow-St. Petersburg, Russia),
September 21, 2004.

Arrested Moments by Semion Verzhbitsky
Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), #1040, March 14-20, 2001;
Nevskoie Vremia (St. Petersburg, Russia), April 24, 2001.

Brodsky Retour by Michael Martens
Wiener Zeitung (Vienna, Austria), October 13, 2000.

A View of Things by Samuil Lurie
Novoyoe Russkoye Slovo (New York, USA), October 4, 2000;
La Pensee Russe (Paris, France), #4335, October 5-11, 2000;
Chas Pik (St. Petersburg, Russia), October 18, 2000;
Kstaty (San Francisco, USA), November 2-8, 2000.

Art Beat. Two exhibitions closing soon by Hanter Ingalls
Amarillo Globe-News (Amarillo, USA), October 1, 2000.

Brodsky Daheim by Michael Martens
Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Zurich, Switzerland), July 6, 2000.

Mikhail Lemkhin. Joseph Brodsky. Leningrad. Fragments
by Natalia Shkurenok
Itogy (Moscow, Russia), # 25, June 19, 2000.

Brodsky Reterns To His Native City On Film by Natasha Shirikova
The St.Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg, Russia), June 2, 2000.

Brodsky in Fragments by Yulia Yakovleva
Kommersant (St.Petersburg/Moscow, Russia), June 1, 2000.

Brodsky’ Myth by Arkady Dragomoshenko
Na Nevskom (St. Petersburg, Russia), #6, 2000.

Photoreading of Brodsky by Ivan Burakov
Virtual Petersburg-Business City, May 24, 2000.

Embraced by the Book by Tatiana Voltskaia
Nevskoie Vremia (St. Petersburg, Russia), May 23, 2000;
La Pensee Russe (Paris, France), #4319, May 25-31, 2000.

Joseph’ Smile by Alexei Samoilov
Delo (St.Petersburg, Russia), May 22, 2000.

My Brodsky and Our Generation by Mikhail Kheifets
RI (Tel Aviv, Israel), May 16-20, 2000.

For a Man Is What He Loves by Tatiana Voltskaia
Nevskoie Vremia (St. Petersburg, Russia), January 28, 1999

Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad: Fragments Photo Metro
(San Francisco, USA), v.17, issue 152, 1998.

Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad: Fragments by Samuil Lurie
Neva (St. Petersburg, Russia), 12, 1998.

Samtal Med Svarfangad Poet by Bengt Jangfeld
Svenska Dagbladet, (Stockholm, Sweden), September 13, 1998.

~If My Name Sounds In The Town In My Absence~
Mikhail Lemkhin’s Photopoem About Joseph Brodsky
by Anatoly Naiman
Vremia MN (Moscow, Russia), August 31, 1998.

Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad by Kay Rayn
Hangry Mind Review (St. Paul, USA), #47, Fall 1998.

The End of Unhappy Epoch by Alexandr Levintov
Lebed (Boston, USA), #90, 1998.

Bay City Best Book
San Francisco Examiner Magazine (San Francisco, USA),
August 30, 1998.

From San Francisco by Vladimir Ufland
Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), #907, August 26-September 1, 1998;
Zvezda (St. Petersburg, Russia), #10, 1998;
In his book If The Lord Shell Send Me Readers,i> St.Petersburg, Blitz, 1999.

Een Beetje Weg Uit Leningrad by Kees Verheul
NRC/Handelsblad (Amsterdam, The Netherlands),
August 21, 1998;
Vstrecha (Palo Alto, USA), 2, 1999 (Russian translation), Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), #937,
March 24-30, 1999 (Russian translation);
Nevskoie Vremia (St. Petersburg, Russia),
May 22, 1999 (Russian translation);
In his book Dance Around the World, St.Petersburg,
Zvezda, 2002 (Russian translation).

Man, Lions, Eagles and Partridges
With a help of Mikhail Lemkhin’s photographs Brodsky has returned to Leningrad by Gleb Shulpiakov
Ex libris NG, (Moscow, Russia), August 19, 1998.

Poet and His City. Photo-poem by Mikhail Lemkhin
by Alexandr Sumerkin
La Pensee Russe (Paris, France), #4232,
July 23-29, 1998;
New Life (San Francisco, USA), #208, August 1998;
Poetry Flash (Berkeley, USA), #280,
February 1999 (English translation).

Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad: Fragments
Ex libris NG, (Moscow, Russia), July 22, 1998.

Only the Essence Remains by Eugene Vasilev
Seven Days (Chicago, USA), July 17, 1998;
Twenty Four Hours (San Francisco, USA), #17, August, 1998;
The Boston Marathon (Boston, USA), September 18, 1998.

186 Frames From The Film Named Life by Alexei Petrovsky
Nabludatel (St. Petersburg, Russia), June 26, 1998.

Joseph Brodsky/Leningrad by Jonathan Levi
Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, USA) June 21, 1998.

A Russian’s Portraits Of the Imponderable by John Krich
San Francisco Examiner (San Francisco, USA), June 9, 1998

The Eyes Of a Poet
Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), #895, 1998.

Photo-poem about Joseph Brodsky by Alexander Gordin
Literaturnaia Gazeta (Moscow, Russia), June 10, 1998.

Photo-poem about a poet by Alexander Gordin
We and America (Los Angeles, USA), #24, June, 1998.

Brodsky in Leningrad by Lev Loseff
Novoyoe Russkoye Slovo (New York, USA), May 23-24, 1998;
Philadelphia (Philadelphia, USA), May 29, 1998.

Book Presentation by Alexander Gordin
Novoyoe Russkoye Slovo (New York, USA), May 22, 1998.

A Poet’s Enviroment by Robin Lippincott
The New York Times Book Review, May 17, 1998.

Native Son
The Boston Globe, May 17, 1998.

A Man and His City by David Stainberg
Albuquerque Journal (Albuerqurque, USA), May 17, 1998.

Fragments: Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad by Raul Nino
Booklist, April 1, 1998.

Joseph Brodsky, Leningrad: Fragments
Publishers Weekly, March 9, 1998.

About Mikhail Lemkhin 12+3 by Efe Mbilisy
Photographos Magazine (Athens, Greece), #61, December, 1997;

For a man is what he loves by Tatiana Voltskaia
Nevskoye Vremia (St.Petersburg, Russia),
January 28, 1997;
Twenty Four Hours (San Francisco, USA), #9, May, 1997;
Monitor (New York, USA), 19, 1997.

Forum of Experts
Reflection (San Jose, USA), March 1997.

To Hear One's Own Voice by Boris Vladimirsky
Vstrecha, (Palo Alto, USA), 8, 1996;
Novoyoe Russkoye Slovo (New York, USA), September 4, 1996;
La Pensee Russe (Paris, France), #4139,
September 5-11, 1996.

Photo-Grapher by Efim Litvinov
Fact (San Diego, USA), v.3, # 16, 1996.

Lens on Leningrad
Jewish Bulletin (San Francisco, USA), July 12, 1996.

Hurry to See
Kstatie (San Francisco, USA), June 3-9, 1996.

Spend a Day in Palo Alto's ~Little Russia~ by Monica Hayde
Palo Alto Weekly (Palo Alto, USA), June 7, 1996.

“Missing Frames” Covers `Coming Togeser` with Portraits of Russian, Western Intellectuals
by Sam Winch
News Photographer (Denver, USA), #4, 1996.

You May Smile if You Wish by Maya Turovskaya
Novoyoe Russkoye Slovo (New York, USA), December 8, 1995.

No accidental traits by Irina Frolova
Smena (St.Petersburg, Russia), October 10, 1995.

Face to Face One Can't See the Face by Elena Beliak
West-East (San Francisco, USA), # 6, September 1995.

Missing Frames by Piotr Vegin
Contact (Los Angeles, USA), September 12, 1995

...I am Wary of Truth That is Too Comfortable by Sergey Mironov
Seven Days (Sacramento, USA), #73, 1995;
New Life (San Francisco, USA), #176, 1995;
Reklama (Chicago, USA), # 40, October, 1995;
Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), October 4-10, 1995.

A Poetry of Faces in Place of a Collection of Prose
Nevskoye Vremia (St.Petersburg, Russia),
August 24, 1995.

Missing Frames by Lidea Pann
Bostonskoye Vremea (Boston, USA), July 12, 1995;
La Pensee Russe (Paris, France), #4086,
July 13-19, 1995;
Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), #749, July 19-25, 1995.

Missing Frames by A. Yarushkin
California's Vestnik (San Francisco, USA), #16, June , 1995.

Missing Frames by M. Leontiev
Literaturnaya Gazeta (Moscow, Russia), June 7, 1995.

The Five From St.Petersburg by Mikhail Petrenko
Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), #726, 1995.

It is clear from the provinces by Valery Baranovsky
Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York, USA), February 28, 1995.Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York, USA), February 28, 1995.

St.Petersburg/San Francisco by Efim Yudin
Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York, USA), December 28, 1992.

Photo Exhibit Hails Peace Work by Sergei Sambowski
Stanislaus Connecttions (Modesto, USA), September 1991.

Positive Negative by V.Brel
Znanie Sila (Moscow, USSR), 6, 1991.

To See And Tell The Truth by Nina Katerly
Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York, USA), August 20 1991.

Misha, Jock, Harrison Jeane And Others
by Yury Alexandrov and Konstantin Seliverstov
Literator (Leningrad, USSR), #27, 1991.

Looking in Their Eyes by Milena Nekrasova
Vecherny Kiev (Kiev, USSR) July 17, 1991.

Images by Mikhail Lemkhin
Literaturnoe Obozrenie (Moscow, USSR), #3, 1991.

We Look Small From Olympus by Galina Leonteva
Smena (Leningrad, USSR), June 27, 1991.

An Image of a Human Being by Irina Smirnova
Nevskoe Vremia (Leningrad, USSR), June 6, 1991.

Positive Negative by Evgeniy Pozdniakov
New Life (San Francisco, USA), #124, 1991

. We Must Not Be Afraid To Be Free by Galina Leonteva
Smena (Leningrad, USSR), May 31, 1991.

Humanism in The Arts by Efim Yudin
Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York, USA), January 3, 1991.

Positive Negatives: People Behind The Portraits
by Harrison Sheppard
The Hellenic Journal (San Francisco, USA), June 21 1990.

Introduction To An Exhibition? by Nikolay Sivsch
Smena (Leningrad, USSR), September 9, 1989.

Positive Negatives by Efim Yudin
Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York, USA), June 23, 1989;
La Pensee Russe (Paris, France), July 21, 1989.

Positive Negatives by Sally Eauclaire
The Santa Fe New Mexican, Pasatiempo,
Santa Fe, USA), June 2, 1989.

Exhibition in Palo Alto by Efim Yudin
Panorama (Los Angeles, USA), December 11-18 1987.

Gallery spotlights refusniks' work
Centerpiece (Palo Alto, USA), Vol. 5, #2, September 1987.

Always With a Camera
Sovietskoe Photo (Moscow, USSR) #12, 1965.