Most Russian families own a dacha, a country house with a piece of land. This series was born when Igor Samolet discovered old photographs from the 1950s that used to belong to his dacha previous owners. By contextualising vernacular images in new photographical settings, the artist went back to the roots while keeping the history of this land alive. ...
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