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IPhone: Gritty Postcards From the Russian Hinterland

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Dmitry Markov’s photographs depict a Russia you won’t see sightseeing in Moscow or St. Petersburg. In his gritty images, all taken with an iPhone, Markov documents ordinary life in small towns far removed from the grandeur of the country’s buzzing metropolises. In the Russian hinterland, life hasn’t much changed since the collapse of the Soviet Union, and definitely doesn’t have the fast pace of the nation’s bigger cities, but when people ask Markov why he focuses on the harder aspects of Russian life, he has a simple answer: “Because I’m part of it.”

Markov grew up in the 1990s in a poor suburb of Moscow, the son of an alcoholic father.

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