Photographer Igor Barulin was born in 1959 and lives and works in Riga.
He has been engaged in photography since he was ten years old. At the age of twenty, he entered Riga's most progressive photo studio of that time, VEF, and began to take art photographs.
He spent most of his time in the eighties and nineties in industrial and advertising photography.
He was awarded the bronze medal at the international exhibition-competition "Reklama-90" in Moscow.
The author makes wide and unusual use of digital photography, as well as different technical means of film shooting, specific modes of developing photographs and many other methods, which are known only to experienced photographers.
The author refrains from duplicating his works and very rarely can be seen in the media.
The basis of the exhibition "Contemporary Photoartists of Latvia. Igors Barulins" consists of large-format avant-garde photographs printed on canvas.
The works selected for the exhibition were printed at the studio of Marcis Bendix (Riga, Latvia) and have a limited edition of 5 copies.
Most of the negatives and digital media of Igor Barulin's works are in private collections in Latvia, Russia, Italy, Germany and Japan.
His personal exhibitions were held in Riga