She’s surged in the world of photography like a tidal wave, and at just 29 has already carved a significant niche for herself in it. With several mildly contentious exhibitions already behind here, Neringa Rekasiute is now looking forward to revealing life in God’s, but not in Neringa’s, forgotten Visaginas, a small and predominantly Russian-speaking town in northeast Lithuania that plays host to the now closed Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant. The Baltic Times recently sat down with Neringa for an open conversation on the subject of photography and the boundaries of freedom o...
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