In the Moscow Metro - The New Yorker:
"Between 2012 and 2014, the photographer Tomer Ifrah made several trips to Russia to document Moscow’s metro stations. “The visual aspect of the Moscow metro was very impressive—the light, people’s style of dress, and the post-Soviet symbols that were everywhere,” he told me in an e-mail.
People in the metro were introverted, he added, so that often the only sounds he heard inside the stations were people’s footsteps and the coming and going of trains. Still, on the few occasions when Ifrah approached passersby to ask them to pose for portraits, he found them willing to do so. “Hopefully the pictures will be a small window to a different reality, and will give people another perspective of daily life in Moscow,” he said."
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