Photography

Powerful images of people being interrogated by Ukrainian police

In the six years that photographer Donald Weber spent documenting contemporary life in Russia and Ukraine, he managed to get chummy enough with the Ukrainian police to gain access to their interrogation rooms as the latter subject suspected criminals to hard questioning. The resulting photos offer a bleak look at what goes on behind these closed doors. In the words of Larry Frolick, whom Weber collaborated with for a book that contains these images and more: ‘All we see are the artifacts of Power in its most intimate insinuations. We are those artifacts.’

Donald Weber photography
Donald Weber photography
Donald Weber photography
Donald Weber photography
Donald Weber photography
Donald Weber photography
Donald Weber photography

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Low Lai Chow travels light and is working on exercising demons from her past. Find out more about her at lowlaichow.com.