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Thomas Dworzak


We’ve seen a lot of Sochi recently. Many photographers have set out to capture the absurd political and infrastructural projects surrounding the Winter Olympics, which just opened in Russia. The games were already held in the region in 1980, but that was in the summer, in Moscow, and it was still the USSR. Now it’s 2014 and we’re in the Caucasus, near Abkhazia, Chechnya, Georgia, Karachayevsk, Krasnaya Polyana and 25 other states and microstates, some official, some not, which share the same history but no longer want to share the same territory.

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