Overview participating exhibitions

7 Rooms
2012

7 Rooms

Rafal Milach

7 Rooms

Rafal Milach became completely fascinated by Russia and the seven people whom he followed intensively for years. 7 Rooms is the portrait of a generation of Russians who are trapped between the mentality of the old Soviet regime and the ambitious but uncertain Russia of the Putin years.

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    Sasha and Nastya: The only way to die is together. Novosibirsk.

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    Vasya: Nowadays it’s different from in the Soyuz. I remember how my aunt, who worked at the Soviet Ministry of Culture, used to organize balls in Sverdlovsk. A neckline lower than the seventh vertebra was regarded as pornography, but now even if you ran about the stage with your tits bare, no one would say a word. These days people feel freer. The difference is that once upon a time people knew what they had to say, but they couldn’t say it. Now you can say anything, but no one knows what to say.

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  • 7 Rooms

    Yekaterinburg.

UKRAINE - In Search of a National Identity
2010

UKRAINE - In Search of a National Identity

Rafal Milach

Ukraine by the Black Sea

  • Ukraine by the Black Sea

  • Ukraine by the Black Sea

  • Ukraine by the Black Sea

  • Ukraine by the Black Sea

  • Ukraine by the Black Sea

Biography

Rafal Milach (Poland, 1978) works from his base in Warsaw as a freelance photographer for periodicals such asNewsweek PolandPolityka and Przekroj. He is a co-founder and member of the collective Sputnik Photos, and for over a decade has focused on questions surrounding the transition of countries of the former East bloc. He has received a number of awards for his work, among them a World Press Photo Award, Photobook Now and the Pictures of the Year International Award.