MORMO (My Moscow) is the continuation of the series which began with MYNY in 2008. The series provides primers on life in international metropolitan centers. This volume focuses on 44 photographs taken by the Stuttgart architect and urban planner Joerg Esefeld between 1987 and 1988 and 53 photographs taken by the Moscow photographer and graphic artist, Sascha Neroslavsky, between 2003 through 2009. Joerg Esefeld captures scenes from the transitional period of Glasnost and Perestroika. His photographs document solitary architectural structures in the urban fabric of the crumbling Soviet capital. Sascha Neroslavsky’s photographs foreground the erosion of architectural scale. In his photos, the large scale proclamations of the new consumerism have ousted the appeal of socialism. Here the traditional architecture is sometimes obscured beyond recognition. Inspired by the collection of photographs, a diverse set of authors have written personal stories from their every day live experiences. They depict scenes which have left an impression on them and which manifest the uniqueness of life in Moscow. / Contents: 59 short pieces by different authors (writers, artists, musicians, architects, journalists, politicians…)