• Informal 80
In 2009, there was an exhibition 'Bullies-80 "in Moscow devoted to the so-called informals 80s in Soviet Russia. Later, an archive of thousands of photos and video has been published in the form of applications for aypadov. This time, Michael Buster wants to supplement the image archive dedicated to the radical part of the informal movement - punks, metalheads and rockers. Michael shared with us some photos.
The accident, Harry Assa Alan. Photos of Asa Kari Frank, Moscow, 1987.
Shooting for the German magazine Blickpunkt. Photo Petra Gall, Moscow, 1987.
party in the park at the Nikitsky Gate. Photo Yaroslav Maeva, Moscow, 1988.
Hangout on Nikitsky Boulevard. Photos of Asa Kari Frank, Moscow, 1987.
Leningrad punks while filming in Volgograd. From the archive Thani gangrene 1988.
Peace Festival in "Luzhniki". Photo Petra Gall, Moscow 1989.
The metalworkers on the Arbat. Photo by Sergei Borisov, Moscow, 1986.
Dima Sabbath. Photos of Sergey Ocular archive, Moscow, 1986.
Near Saigon. Photo Yaroslav Maeva 1987.
A note on metalworkers in The Face magazine in 1988.
The Spanish Journal of Moscow bikers, 1990.
An article on Sexton club Bikers News, 1992.
An article about Moscow bikers Bikers News, 1993.
The German magazine about Moscow rockers 1988.
Magazine Cover Blickpunkt, 1988.
Bikers. Pavel Frolov, Anton Dima, Roma Che Guevara. Photo Petra Gall, Moscow 1992.
hangout near the cafe "Tourist". Photo Yaroslav Maeva, Moscow, 1988.
Matalovinilomaniya. File photo Andrew Gans, Moscow, 1987.
Hell's vision of Moscow old ladies. File photo Dima Sabbath, Moscow, 1987.
hangout near the parapet. File photo Mischa Buster, Moscow, 1987.
Motorokery in "Luzhniki". Photo Petra Gall, Moscow, 1988.
in the Hangout Nejdanova street. File photo Mischa Buster, Moscow, 1988.
Night Wolves, the beginning. Photo by Sergei Borisov, Moscow 1989.
hardcore punk in the Soviet cafe. Photo Petra Gall, Moscow, 1988.
Metalhedy on Red Square. File photo Dima Sabbath, Moscow 1989.