Transmission 12 – 1.5.2018
For Issue #12 of the Transmission newsletter, I interviewed photographer Max Sher on his project/photobook Palimpsests
“In Soviet photography, the category of the everyday was completely out of focus, erased, it was almost nonexistent between early 1930s and late 1980s. There were the times when taking pictures in the street, let alone of the infrastructure, was tantamount to spying.”
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