One of the photographers chosen by Fedorova is Polish famous artist Rafał Milach. I agree. His photo-book and exhibition 7 Rooms probably is the most important project made by him. I remember his the big exhibition in Zachęta in Warsaw and small book with international success. I am proud that I can see too some photographs taken by my friend Simon Crofts from Edinburgh.
About a new book of Simon Crofts tilted Expectations please look at Kehrer's website. But its about some themes like "Fortune", "Utopia", "Fear" and "Memory" in Ukraine not Russia. It's important. His individual exhibition The Horizon is calling... held in Kunsthall in Rotterdam in 2014. Inner world of intimate emotions. Poetry of silence like in marvelous films of Andreij Tarkovskij. And passed history which is spoken something. But what? It's depends. For whom? Photographs taken by Simon belongs to reality but with romantic attitude.
P.s. In my private opinion the most impressive story about contemporary Russia was taken by British Simon Roberts between 2004 and 2005 "travelled across Russia, photographing more than 200 places" how we read in "The Guardian". I like very much discoveries of Russia in photographs of Carl de Keyzer about secret and normal life in prison and taken by Eric Lusito an Italian living from many years in France about old military basis in old soviet world, f.e. in Mongolia and Poland. On my blog I wrote about Lusto's project after our meeting in Bratislava where I visited Keyser's very interesting exhibition too.