After the USSR dissolved in 1991, photographer Jonas Bendiksen ventured into Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and far eastern Siberia for seven years. His photographs reveal the circumstances of the aftermath: regions that remain politically unstable, and cities where entire populations have fled in search of better lives. Untitled, 2000, belongs to his collection, Satellites: Photographs from the Fringes of the Former Soviet Union. This high-quality C-Print comes to us from Aperture, a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of photography.
Digital C-Print. Limited edition of 50. Ships flat in an archival paper folder. Image dimensions: W 15” H 10”. Overall dimensions: W 16” H 12”.
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