Masha Vorontsova was a Russian artist, who helped to boost the photograpic movement of Leningrado during 1960 to 1980 and her work was recognized after her death. She enjoyed too much photographing people, specially in that era of mystery and pain, and recording was prohibited.
All these photographs which were taken by Masha Ivashintsova were hidden at her attic, one day her daughter found about 30,000 photos, revealing the life of their family and other people during these hard times. They knew she was always taking photos but never knew about the result until the day her daughter found all the photos.
Masha Vorontsova was a Russian photographer and artist from St. Petersburg who was involved in Russian literary movements.
At the attic
Masha kept her photographs hidden, which were taken during that time, making sure nobody could find them.
Even if most people knew she was always taking pictures, they never knew what happened with her photographs, it was a secret.
Asya, is the daughter of that Russian photographer. Her mom had a unique style for he photos and she could keep her life as a secret.
A broken statue
Here photographs seem that were part of a movie, waiting to be found and loved for someone who could understand how was the life at that time.
Masha loved this man, and sometimes she described him as a master of the unknown and untouchable.