Our new feature, Granitsa, is now online. On our website you will find all the images and a brief introduction to the work.
Granitsa focuses on the Russian community of Ida-Viru, a small region of Estonia that hosts the biggest russophone minority of European Union. This little area shares its eastern border with Russia. A very peculiar one, indeed, since it parts far more than two sovereign States: crossing the border (granitsa, in Russian language) means to leave behind both European Union and NATO, of which Estonia is among the most loyal and committed members.