Post-Socialist Landscapes is a book of photographs made over an eight-year period that examines the history of monument removal and relocation in countries that were occupied by the Soviet Union. Through photographs and text, this book adds context to the conversation about the power of monuments to propagate false histories and provokes important questions about how communities in the US might deal with their own uncomfortable legacies. The production of this limited-edition book was supported in part by a Creative Artist Grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.
Photographs by Matthew Moore
Essays by Dr. Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák and Dr. Gunnar Schmidt
Hardcover, 8.5 x 10.25 inches, 107 pages
Limited edition of 100 - all copies signed and numbered