Photographer Max Sher‘s first artist book A Remote Barely Audible Evening Waltz examines how we perceive our past through images and what is the image of history in our collective minds. Being a collection of found photos edited into a poetic visual sequence plus a few images taken at the place where they had been found, the book also reveals a rare and unusual view of the private life of Soviet middle class in 1960-80s.
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