This exhibition was produced as part of Artproof Estonian Grant.
“There are hundreds of subtlest threads traveling through my mind which emotionally bind me with certain things. Some of them are easy to see, they are constantly near me, and also there are those which I still can’t reach.”
Russian album was the result, a strong inner experience, after touching one of these invisible threads, which led me to my roots.
Maxim Mjödov is a self-taught independent photographer, born on 1983 in Tallinn, Estonia. Works primarily in the form of a creative essay which intersect with documentary. Main themes – people in suburbs, modern landscapes, melancholy, alienation and poetry in photography. Fragility and unpredictability of the photographic process.
His work has been featured in Aint-Bad Magazine, National Geographic, Landscape stories, Afisha, VICE, PFmagazine, APF, Thisispaper, Fstop, Dust, SHOTS mag, AFTH2013, Flakphoto, Foto Kvartāls etc.