2012 photobook "Look wider", an inclusive project about the life of disabled people in society on equal ground.
Authors: Natasha Podunova, photographer, artist and Оleg Kolpashchikov, a totally visually disabled, business advisor, yachtsman, President of White Cane social organization.
Printing of 1200 copies. ISBN 978-5-904781-20-0
2013 Kolta, publication of the project "City of my childhood"
2013 news portal Smotrim.ru about the project "Visible"
2013 newspaper Oblgazeta about the project "Visible"
2013 newspaper Oblgazeta about the group exhibition at the Metenkov House
2013 Malina TV Channel, interview
2017 Bez Format news portal about a personal exhibition
2017 Eurasia TV about a personal exhibition
2018 the book "School of your name" – the biography of the outstanding teacher of the School Verkhnepyshminskaya for blind and visually impaired children, built from the stories of colleagues, close friends, and the school of archive and personal photos.
The book is not for sale, but it can be found in major libraries of the country.
Printing of 1000 copies. ISBN 978-5-85383-705-8
2020 Culture of Yekaterinburg news portal about the Came from the sea exhibition
2020 Znak.com news portal about the Came from the sea exhibition
2020 Sverdlovsk Region Tourism Center, invitation to the author's excursion
2020 Ammonit.ru, portal for paleontologists, announcement of the exhibition "Came from the sea"
2020 Sinara Art Gallery, online exhibition "Leonid Turzhansky. The artist who united the horizons"
2021 PhotoEkb, local photo blog, interview
2021 Uralartplatform, text by Zhenya Chayka "Loose loops of time"
2021 It's my city, about working at the Shishim Hill residence
2021 podcast Harsh Canvas, "Ural Nature in the Frame and Without It"
2021 Republic, news portal, photostory "Build an Airship and Fly Away"
2021 ArtUzel, about the exhibition "External Noise. Inner Silence"
2022 Artandyou, about exhibition “Adaptants”
2022 Pervouralsk.ru about Came From The Sea
2022 Russia24.pro about Came From The Sea
2022 Культура РФ about Came From The Sea
2022 Association of Museums about Came From The Sea
2022 Artandyou about the exhibition "Interference Unification Structure
2022 Ekaterinburg History Museum about the lecture "The most advanced creatures on the planet - animals or plants?"
2022 TV channel St. Petersburg about the festival OtherSides
2023 Glubina Gallery, lecture "The Carbon Footprint. What knowledge is needed today to avoid being manipulated"
2023 Polevskoy Historical Museum "The most advanced creatures on the planet - animals or plants?" in the framework of the Night of Museums