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Rafal Milach has caught our eye with stunning images of Poland and beyond

If, like me, you're not too familiar with the Central Eastern European photography scene, then you might not have yet come across Rafal Milach until now. Not only has he has captured a wonderful cross-section of people, and place, his work offers a fascinating insight into the culture and conditions of Russian speaking countries and the CEE regions. From stark, pantry landscapes depicting harsh climates to abstract still lifes or intimate, portraits and snatched moments, it's easy to see why…

All photos © Rafal Milach. ABove: Pervouralsk 7 Rooms, Rafal Milach's newest book, published by Kehrer Verlag, is the culmination of a long term and intimate Krzysztof Kieslowski, End Of An Era, Guernica, Documentary Photographers, Black Sea, Creative Photography, Photo Book, Abandoned, Cool Photos
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Outside in: 25 foreign photographers shooting the post-Soviet world

For all that Russia is a part of the world under perennial international scrutiny, it’s still hard to come across photography that offers a fresh…

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RAFAŁ MILACH: PHOTO-EYE | Contemporary Lynx - print and online magazine on art & visual culture

Photographer, documentarian, visionary, curator, lecturer and, above all, artist – these are the words that sum up Rafał Milach. Milach belongs to a new

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Utrecht exhibition showcases Sputnik photographers | 1854 Photography

Reading Time: < 1 minute Sputnik Photos, a collective of Eastern European documentary photographers, is showing work from three projects in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Stand By documents daily life in Belarus, U looks at the uncertain political situation in Ukraine, and Distant Place explores the Vistula River in Warsaw. The collective was founded in 2006 and mainly focuses its efforts on documenting life in Central and Eastern Europe…

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Of his series, Black Sea Of Concrete, Polish photographer, Rafal Milach says: 'Eight photographers from Sputnik Photos collective were asked to cover conte Safari, Documentary Photographers, Black Sea, Warsaw, Poland, Documentaries, Concrete, Fine Art, Puppet

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RAFAŁ MILACH: PHOTO-EYE | Contemporary Lynx - print and online magazine on art & visual culture

Photographer, documentarian, visionary, curator, lecturer and, above all, artist – these are the words that sum up Rafał Milach. Milach belongs to a new

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Black Sea of Concrete, by Rafal Milach

Rafal Milach is a documentary photographer based in Warsaw, Poland and interested, as said by Things Magazine, in the "dead zones and economic oddities of central and Eastern Europe". Black sea of concrete is Milach's portrayal of Ukraine, a decadent landscape whose Soviet past is still very...

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Black Sea of Concrete, by Rafal Milach

Rafal Milach is a documentary photographer based in Warsaw, Poland and interested, as said by Things Magazine, in the "dead zones and economic oddities of central and Eastern Europe". Black sea of concrete is Milach's portrayal of Ukraine, a decadent landscape whose Soviet past is still very...