Kirill Nikitenko took pictures of 54 opponents to the current Russian regime, among them, Garry Kasparov, Boris Strugatski, actors, writers, and journalists. It has become an exhibition organized by Elena Khodorkovskiy, wife of political prisoner Michail Khodorkovskiy, at the Institute of Modern Russia. We are publishing the interview of Kirill Nikitenko by Svetlana Bachevanova.
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