For the series Daily Lives, Igor Chekachkov asked two young women to be photographed constantly over the course of three weeks. They stayed in this apartment, sometimes being visited by other people selected by Chekachkov in order to, "underline the interactions and variations of human relationships in which we can all identify ourselves."
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