Unexposed Places by Oleg Andreev


Black and white photographer Oleg Andreev sends powerful messages through his moving portraits, which follow lonely women through a variety of emotions. The Russian photographer is an expert in connecting with his subjects on a personal level, reaching the deepest and most raw, unexposed places through his lens. Some distant and some close-up, there’s a certain dainty solace about each of them, conveyed through the subject’s relationship to the their surroundings and their solem and unchanging facial expressions.


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