The Great Emptiness. Award-winning photojournalist Sergey Ponomarev captures the Russian capital during the coronavirus lockdown 

On July 17, the Museum of Moscow debuted photojournalist and Pulitzer Prize winner Sergey Ponomarev’s new exhibition titled “Moscow. The Great Emptiness.” The exhibition includes 45 black-and-white panoramas of the empty Russian capital, which Ponomarev captured during the coronavirus lockdown. Meduza shares a few of these photographs with the photographer’s commentary.

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