Russian Artist Creates Surreal Photos To Illustrate Traditional Fairy Tales (Part 2)
Slavic culture is immense and sometimes contradictory world of folklore, with a large number of linear and horizontal plots, characters, who are strange and paradoxical in their actions, with dual morality, which can be totally lost at some point. Artist and photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina from St. Petersburg, Russia revamps the image of Russia's best-loved fairy-tale characters and symbols of Russian culture through her photo project, called \
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"My work represents an exploration of the relationship between memory and clothing and their corresponding decay. Currently I am investigating memories of childhood and youth in the 1950's and 60's through garments, accessories and larger memorabilia, such as houses and cars" Val Jackson Val Jackson is an artist based in Liverpool who recycles clothing into items of storytelling, history and drama, like epic tapestries.