Natasha Kofe: In the Country of Last Things

Natalie Kofe is a photographer based in Moscow, Russia. Her series “In the Country of Last Things” is her attempt to conserve the tranquility and the aesthetics of a disappearing rural lifestyle. For the series, Kofe, drawn by the ethereal, frozen quality of the Black Sea Coast, returns to Kushugum, a small town where her…

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Sergey Poteryaev: Staraya Utka

Staraya Utka (in Russian it sounds like an «old duck») is a village in Sverdlovsk region of the Urals. It sprang to life and prospered after a factory was built in the firth of River Utka in 1729. But at some point the administration lost concern in the development of the factory, and the productivity…

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Yanina Boldyreva: Groping After

” People are inclined to see supernatural in all that surrounds them. But as a rule the more we are hunger for a miracle the less any wonderful and spontaneous things occurs in our life. The photos of this project comprise two approaches. The first one tells about our desire to make magic out of…

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Dennis Baburov: Bolshaia Volga

“Bolshaia Volga“ — is a study of a great Russian river. Once praised in bylinas and fairy tales, in paintings of Levitan and Repin, in Gorky and Ostrovsky plays this river nourished Russian people generation after generation. What is Volga today? In what way people living along Volga are differ? What is going to happen…

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