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Publication: Elena Anosova in Internazionale

Saturday, October 28th, 2017

© Elena Anosova


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Publication: Nikita Shokhov for T: The NY Times Style Magazine

Saturday, January 14th, 2017

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Elena Anosova
Polite Fish cover

Polite fish” is a phe­nomenon and an attrib­ute often met in Asian cul­ture– a situ­ation when two abso­lute oppos­ites are forced to inter­act and in that forced inter­ac­tion show both utmost polite­ness and act with extreme cau­tion.
Russian-Chineese bor­der extends for over 4000 kilometers.

Elena Anosova

Elena Anosova spent 2 months liv­ing and work­ing in three Rus­sian female penal colon­ies, explor­ing the inner world of the inmates based on her own child­hood exper­i­ences of liv­ing in a closed rehab­il­it­a­tion school. The res­ult is a strik­ing series called ‘Sec­tion’ that reveals how being in con­fine­ment and under con­stant sur­veil­lance dis­fig­ures and trau­mat­ize a person.

Publication: Lilia Li-Mi-Yan in Aftenposten Innsikts

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

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Olga Kravets
ViktorÕs fishing hut and his boat

Due to its extreme north­erly loc­a­tion Mur­mansk exper­i­ences an annual 40-day long polar night from 3 Decem­ber to 11 Janu­ary. Dur­ing this period, when the sun remains con­stantly below the hori­zon, a semi-twilight occurs each day for only a few hours around noon. For the rest of the time, the city is wrapped up in darkness.

Max Sher


Oksana Yushko
love zone

Oksana Yushko has decided to focus her pro­ject on love that bonds Rus­sia and Ukraine together by pic­tur­ing Russian-Ukrainian couples from both countries.

Olga Kravets

Driv­ing up to the Bar­ents sea­shore feels like head­ing to the middle of nowhere. Iron­ic­ally, in winter the drive is much smoother and twice faster — flattened snow com­pensates 40 km of unpaved road.

Maria Ionova-Gribina

Fath­ers” is a visual per­form­ance by Rus­sian artist Maria Ionova-Gribina that explores how Rus­sian men identify them­selves through par­ent­ing. Child­less young men are invited to be pho­to­graphed without being informed about the theme.

New short feature: The End by Konstantin Salomatin

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

Check out new short fea­ture by Kon­stantin Salo­matin. Edit­ing and pro­duc­tion by Max Ser­geev, Anna Zekria and Maria Zakhar­ova.

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Occupy Abay by Olga Kravets

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Check out new short fea­ture by Olga Kravets. Edited by Anna Zekria and Max Ser­geev. Pro­duced by Salt Images.

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