October. It’s getting colder and darker. Every morning we’re less likely to see daylight as we emerge from the subway. We look back on Passengers by Dagmar Keller and Martin Wittwer, the winner of the Dummy Award, which recognizes the best book layout, at the last FotoBook Festival. In the Winter of 2010, the German-Swiss duo, who had planned to use their residency in Poland to document Soviet Socialist architecture, discovered something else: a bus station in Kielce.
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