Built at strategic points, and fitted with impressive fortifications and ingenious systems to counter attacks, fortresses are thought to be impenetrable. And yet, certain skillful warlords have successfully stormed them. How did they manage this?
In an attic room in Saint Petersburg, lie 30,000 never seen before photographic negatives recording the later years of the Soviet Union. For the first time, we reveal the life and extraordinary work of Masha Ivashintsova, Russia’s lost photographer.