Richard Pare (born 20 February 1948 in Portsmouth, England) is an English photographer known for his work documenting Soviet modernist architecture. He was born in Portsmouth, England, on 20 January 1948. He studied graphic design and photography at Winchester and Ravensbourne College of Art before attending the Art Institute of Chicago. He received a Master of Fine Arts from Chicago in 1973. A founding curator of the Photographic Collection of the Canadian Centre for Architecture.
- Richard Anderson (2008). "Taking Stock: Documenting Russia's Modern Heritage" (PDF). Future Anterior 5 (1). ISSN 1549-7915 (print), ISSN 1934-6026 (online). See also other articles from the same issue illustrated by Pare
- The Russian Avant-garde Foundation
- An interview with Richard Pare
- Russian Avant-garde in New York
- Lost Vanguard:Soviet Modernist Architecture, 1922–32 Photographs by Richard Pare
- An interview with Richard Pare, co-author and photographer of The Lost Vanguard: Russian Modernist Architecture, 1922-1932 with Tim Tower on the World Socialist Web Site
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