Book ReviewA Shaded Path: Intimate Views of KyrgyzstanIn his new book ‘A Shaded Path,’ photographer Elliott Verdier poetically documents the generational divide in Kyrgyzstan’s post-Soviet era.Read More
A Shaded Path: Intimate Views of Kyrgyzstan
In his new book ‘A Shaded Path,’ photographer Elliott Verdier poetically documents the generational divide in Kyrgyzstan’s post-Soviet era.
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