Daniel Miller went to Russia in the spring of 2015 to give a lecture in St Petersburg. While he was there he discovered the work of Soviet era Russian photographers, all of them pretty much unknown in the west. That makes sense, if you think about it you quickly realize most of our images of Soviet times are propaganda pictures, ours and theirs.
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