Photographers Michal Solarski and Tomasz Liboska reflect on their transition from boyhood to adulthood in a post-Soviet world.
Photographer Jake Millers recounts travelling to Chernobyl to capture the relics of a former way of life 30 years on from the nuclear disaster.
Photographer Yang Xiao recalls travelling across Eastern Europe to capture a series of Brutalist and Soviet modernist architecture.
The tower blocks of Vaziani – located just outside of Tbilisi – used to be a luxurious base for Russian soldiers. Now, they’re a symbol of the region’s widespread poverty.
Three years ago, Nanuka Zaalishvili set out to photograph the left-behind constructions of Georgia’s Soviet Union days. Now she’s amassed over 100 shots.
In his new book, Made In North Korea, tour guide Nicholas Bonner compiles the most comprehensive collection of the nation’s graphic ephemera to date.
A new show at London’s Tate Modern uncovers the history of political Soviet art – from leaflets and banners to propaganda posters and periodicals.
Nomadic photographer Gianluca Pardelli hitched his way around the former Soviet Union, searching for identity in a cultural vacuum.
What do you do for fun when you live in a country shunned by the rest of the world? Armed with a camera and questions, Julia Autz immersed herself in Transnistrian life to find out.