Book ReviewWonderland: A Fairy Tale of the Soviet MonolithPhotographer Jason Eskenazi traveled throughout Russia before and after the fall of the USSR and created a remarkable photobook that reverberates with the classic structure of dark fairy tales.Read More
Wonderland: A Fairy Tale of the Soviet Monolith
Photographer Jason Eskenazi traveled throughout Russia before and after the fall of the USSR and created a remarkable photobook that reverberates with the classic structure of dark fairy tales.
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