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(In Belarus) The Spray Can is Mightier Than the Sword

Last week Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty published a feature photo-essay based on our findings in Belarus during their attempted July 3rd revolution. We were also honoured to be featured as guests on their weekly “Blender” podcast. You can listen [...]

July 28, 2011 Archives, Belarus, Graffiti, Press

‘The Glory Of The People Will Last For Eternity’ – A Week of Silence in Minsk.

Arriving at the Minsk central bus station on an early July 3rd morning presented to us the city much as we would know it for the week of our residency. The exoticism of the outlaying dew-covered country villages, which lined [...]

July 22, 2011 Archives, Belarus, Graffiti, Post-Soviet, Violence

Waiting For Belarus

 The Belarusian Embassy in Moscow is a beautiful sky-blue, ornate building standing across the street from the ‘Department of Narcotics Control’ and containing one of the most difficult visas to acquire in Europe. As Minsk is our next stop on [...]

July 2, 2011 Archives, Belarus, Graffiti