The portraits of the Anglo-Swedish photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind offer a marked contrast to most of the dramatic images that have emerged from Independence Square in Kiev during the uprising in Ukraine earlier this year. Europe hadn’t witnessed a confrontation like this between citizens and the forces of order since perhaps the Cold War. The protests and battles left over a hundred dead and many more injured.
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