Keizo Kitajima in the former USSR

Keizo Kitajima describes his experience as a Japanese photographer working in the Soviet Union just before its dissolution, in 1991. He argues that though his medium can be a tool for radical expression, a photographer’s aim should be to develop insight and experience rather than to make a political statement.
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