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    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    • All Corners of Russia in Black and White
    © Photo : Misha Maslennikov
    Pick-a-back. Settlement of Interposelok, Olonets district, Karelia, Russia. August 2005

    Against a shifting backdrop of Soviet and Russian history, Russian photographer Misha Maslennikov shares the contours of his life as artist and theologian through striking black and white images, taken in all corners of his nation.

    Against a shifting backdrop of Soviet and Russian history, Russian photographer Misha Maslennikov shares the contours of his life as artist and theologian through striking black and white images, taken in all corners of his nation.

    "Everything I put into my photography is a story of my life. For me photography is a story of my experience in fine arts, of the people I meet and of the country I live in… And if I have the strength and, suddenly, a bit of luck, – perhaps of something bigger."

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