Unsettled City is a dark photographic essay by the Danish photographer M.H. Frøslev. It is about love and despair in a place where life, at times, can be very uncertain. The book is a personal depiction of a claustrophobic environment with the cityscape as framework, captured in the cities of Saint Petersburg and Moscow over the last ten years. Through ninety-five photographs in contrasted monochromes and dusty colours the book unfolds the night as a motif. Here we meet bulldogs, street fights and abandoned roads alongside loving glances, intimate moments and faded buildings, all quietly standing still, waiting for the […]
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