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Russia in 1990s on the photos of Sergei Kiselev

Posted on October 29, 2018 by tim

Russian photographer Sergei Kiselev had his own gloomy view of the country in the 1990s, rubicon years – turning times from “communism to capitalism”. That’s why all of his photos were made in black in white and here they are for your viewing pleasure:


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3 Responses to “Russia in 1990s on the photos of Sergei Kiselev”

  1. Lumpy Gravy says:

    Three years ago Nina Kouprianova (yes, she with that execrable soon to be ex-husband) wrote a very interesting piece about post-coup Russia of the 1990s:

    If you’re so smart, then why are you so poor?

  2. Benjamin Morgentau says:

    …a fine set of foto journalism…

  3. Robert Zeurunkl says:

    You want to believe that the “typo” in the headline means this is 1905. Whe in fact, I think it means 1995. Now that is sad.

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