During their journey across Ukraine, the photographer Niels Ackerman and his collaborator Sébastien Gobert, were tracking down toppled statues of the father of the October 1917 revolution who was still the outmoded emblem of the memory of those killed in the USSR. The two reporters tell their story in Looking for Lenin, a series of photographs now on view from...
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