For outsiders, Siberia evokes images of harsh winters, political exile and a lone railway that winds through the mysterious landscape. But as Anton Chekhov once said, “Even in Siberia, there is happiness.”
Leah Bendavid-Val’s latest book, “Siberia: In the Eyes of Russian Photographers,” sets out to reveal a more nuanced portrait of this largely unknown territory through the eyes of those who know it best.
“Life and Happiness in Siberia’s Cold” —NY Times Lens Blog
Shared on Mar 11, 2014