When My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

Alexander Kozin began to photograph at the age of 14. He was making photos for newspapers of Lipetsk, Russia. In the end of the 70s – early 80s the city of Lipetsk only had several streets and factories. They were getting overgrown with barracks for workers. Those 2-storey houses with huge windows were said to be temporary but we know for sure there’s nothing more permanent than temporary.

When My City Was Small

When My City Was SmallWhen My City Was SmallWhen My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

When My City Was SmallWhen My City Was SmallWhen My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

When My City Was Small

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