Ad-hoc museums of a failing utopia: the store windows of the last days of the USSR

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Photographer David Hlynsky — American born, Canadian residing, child of Eastern European emigres — took over 8,000 street photos of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, East Germany and Russia, documenting the last days of ideological anti-consumer shopping, now anthologized in an amazing book.
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