The Soviet Space Archive is a collection of photographs and ephemera dedicated to key moments surrounding Soviet space exploration between 1957—1988.
Each time the archive is presented, it is edited and ordered in different configurations, focusing on a different narrative each time. The archive have been previous exhibited in Soviet Space Archive: Configuration II (Calvert 22, London) and Interkosmos, (Liquid Courage Gallery, Nassau, Bahamas).
The Archive includes documents reflecting the reaction of mass media on space exploration; including previously private and personal photographic documentation along with state issued photos of manned and automatic space flights including international program Interkosmos. Of special interest there are official documents, books and related ephemera surrounding the Space Race.