Tag Archives: Russia

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Olya Ivanova | Weirdo

I tried to convey the complexity of adolescent identity and high intense feeling that adults will never be able to feel again. Both emotionally and physically these people feel like aliens, strangers, freaks.

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Katerina Slesar | Doves and the City

For many Muscovites street pigeons are largely ignored or unnoticed, or considered agents for spreading diseases in the city, which is a common misconception. However, for some people, pigeons are life-long companions who fill the dull city environment with charm and character.

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Tatyana Palyga | Colorless Days

Water cooler for employees work in a sales department at a plant that produces soft drinks. My working day begins at 9 a.m. At 9 a.m. I must put my admission card to a special sensor at the clock-house to witness my appearance in the workplace. It is easy to...

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Egor Rogalev. Faraway, so close! Exhibition at FotoDepartament

Saint-Petersburg, Russia / (c) Egor Rogalev / FotoDepartament Gallery otoDepartament Gallery presents an exhibition under the program Green, showing young Russian photographers: Egor Rogalev / Saint-Petersburg: Faraway, so close! Trying to cognize themselves and to find their own special place in the universe humans are usually faced with the feeling of loneliness, estrangement...

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Max Sher | Magnitka

Magnitogorsk or Magnitka, a Russian mill town of 420,000 people is one of the most polluted places on Earth. Founded in 1929 at the behest of Stalin, the Magnitogorsk steel mill was originally modelled on the US steel cities of Gary and Pittsburgh.

Alexa Brunet (On the Bitter Banks of the Amur River)
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Alexa Brunet | On the Bitter Banks of the Amur River

Alexa Brunet (On the Bitter Banks of the Amur River) Alexa Brunet, On the Bitter Banks  of the Amur River, from PRIVATE 45 – Development. An Ecological Question Region of Khabarovsk, Russian Far East. In November 2005, a petrochemical plant exploded in northern China, polluting the Songhua river which is one of...

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PRIVATE 25 | SAINT PETERSBURG – The Inner City

St. Petersburg is a utopia constructed... It's strange living in this city, but only for guests. St. Petersburg residents are used to strange things and take no notice. Amongst them, only those for whom strange things are a must take notice: painters and photographers for example.

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