About Rafal Milach
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- A quarter century after the fall of the Soviet Union, the Empire’s shadow continues to be felt across Europe and Asia—five photographers offer their views on this continually relevant topic.
- Meet Stas and Vlad, the best twins in Bobruysk, Belarus. Not strange enough for you—how about the best welder? The best milkmaid? The best couple in love? These deadpan portraits offer a fascinating look at Belarus and what remains of the USSR.
- The land has never asked to be photographed, never called out for any attention or demanded documentation—yet as these three photographers show, pictures of our surrounding world allow us to understand the marks that we are leaving behind.
- Ukraine has, is, and seemingly always will struggle to define itself—as these pictures show, its shores and its buildings are so fundamentally intertwined with Russia that the two can be impossible to distinguish. Just one shared (Black) sea of concrete…
- Over an extended period, Rafal Milach portrays seven members of a generation caught between the mentality of the old Soviet regime and the Russia of the Putin era.
- Part road-trip, part hilarious narrative diary, this unique photobook presents two distinct points-of-view as the Polish photographer, Rafal Milach, and his local guide, Huldar Breidfjörd, continually start and stop on a manic 1450 km 10-day drive around Iceland.
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