Two young photographers, Evgenia Arbugaeva and Rina Vukobratovic, Russian and Serbian, respectively, offer viewers an ode to childhood. Between poetry and memories, Arbugaeva takes us to the heart of Siberia, while Vukobratovic transports us to a symbolic world of haikus. Tiksi is located on the banks of the Russian arctic. Not far from the North Pole, this small city only sees sun for a few months per year.
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