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Anna Perepechai


Russian shops absorb the cultures and products of the fifteen former USSR republics. Through the years, they spread all around the world and became a meeting point for the post-Soviet emigrants. As the term “Soviet” is rarely used in Germany, most shops are simply called “Russian”. Kalinka, Berezka, Matreshka — a shop as a nostalgic oasis, a collective memories space, where time stops and a lot of the things remain the same.

When: 2017
Where: Thuringia, Germany
How: 120 Medium Format Film Photography