The exhibition New Landscape, currently on view at Boris Yeltsin Center in Yekaterinburg (Russia), features seven photography projects exploring the landscape as a means to reflect on the new post-Soviet culture. Observing how the man-made landscape is reshaped by the transition from the industrial to the post-industrial, the works show how these changes are further augmented by the transition from the planned economy to the free market, from the Soviet to the post-Soviet. Brought together, the works create a portrayal of what may be the transformation of a landscape and a culture unprecedented in scale and pace. The works of...
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