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This series of portraits depicts the generation of young people born in the year of 1991 in Russia. It is the exploration of a society that has been born in the same year as the fall of communism and today celebrates their 20th Anniversary.
WEB 01 | This series of portraits depicts the generation of young people born in the year of 1991 in Russia. It is the exploration of a society that has been born in the same year as the fall of communism and today celebrates their 20th Anniversary.
WEB 02 | Ivan Bukin, Orthodox Seminarian, Sergeyev Possad - I don't appreciate the immigration of Muslims to Russia. I think they are a very aggressive people.
WEB 03 | Denis Tereshchenko, European Champion in Powerlifting, Member of United Russia's "Young Guard“, Maikop - In the 90's it was money that decided everything. Today Putin decides.
WEB.04 | Taissa Dzhamaleva, Journalist, Grozny, Chechnya - I don't have a single photo from my childhood. Nobody would take photos in front of ruins back then.
WEB 05 | Kristina Sklonnaya, Esoteric, Moscow - My dream is to live in Mexico. I've been there through the Astral, and it looks wonderful.
WEB 06 | Yevgeniy Yefimov, Conductor, St. Petersburg - It pains me that my country is producing nothing apart from gas and oil.
WEB 07 | Mikhail Nossov, Gay, Moscow - I remember that I went to the last elections, but I forgot who I voted for...
WEB 08 | Akhlebin Rakhimzoda, Guest Worker from Tadzhikistan, Fryazevo - I really want to go home. Maybe tomorrow, maybe next week, or maybe next month.
Web 09 | Svetoslav Volkov, National Socialist, Lyubertsy - Russia for the Russians, Europe for the Europeans.
WEB 010 | . Tatyana Savvova, Physical Education Teacher, Moscow - You can buy everything at my university, even if you don't study at all.
WEB 011 | Marat Dupri, Roofer, Moscow - I would like to live in Switzerland, where everything is so well-arranged and orderly.
WEB 012 | Maksim Bushuyev, Veterinary Assistant, Kondrovo - It's getting greener, the roads and sidewalks are getting repaired. I don't want to leave my place.
WEB013 | Elena Sanitskaya, Student and Secretary of "Young Guard" Office, Smolensk - Vladimir Putin is a man who's aware of his responsibility.
WEB014 | Yevgeniy Nikolayev, Traceur, Kaluga - Acknowlegding that you are nothing makes you everything.
WEB020 | Anastassiya Silenskaya, PR-director, Moscow - What I don't like about living in Moscow? Bad music in the clubs and not enough sun.
WEB015 | Stanislav Malyukov, Circus Artist and Social Worker, St. Petersburg - No flying without falling.
WEB016 | Anastassia Korniyenko, Young Mother, Kaluga (with son Dima, born in 2010) - I believe that it's possible to be not corrupt, even in a corrupt environment.
WEB17 | Vera Kichanova, Oppositional Journalist, Moscow - Putin is a former KGB agent. He turned Russia into an authoritarian state.
WEB 018 | Maksim Matlakov, Chess Grand Master, St. Petersburg - What I like so much about this game? It's that duel - only you and your rival.
WEB019 | Irina Altukhova, nearly Miss Russia and Hobby Model, Moscow - Today you have the right of choice: Do you want a pink sofa or a red one?
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