Editorials

  1. "I Give You My Face Portrait" by Tihomir Stoyanov & Imaginary Archive

    "I Give You My Face Portrait" by Tihomir Stoyanov & Imaginary Archive

    'I Give You My Face Portrait' project takes us back to a forgotten tradition of giving each other photos with messages. In today’s digital world, these precious memories that people used to keep in their wallets prove unnecessary. This project includes 24 portraits which Tihomir Stoyanov selected among hundreds of similar photos found at the flea market. These photos were taken in the period between 1930 and 1991.
    I Give You My Face Portrait Project takes us back to a forgotten tradition of giving each other photos with messages.
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  2. "You are the Fear that I Lost" by Svitlana Levchenko

    "You are the Fear that I Lost" by Svitlana Levchenko

    'In my childhood, I often heard you are not beautiful, you are pretty’ says Odessa-born Svitlana Levchenko and continues ‘I grew up with this knowledge and it became an indisputable axiom.’
    In most cultures today, women are defined by their external beauty and the perception of female identity is being continuously distorted by a complex set of traditions, expectations, stereotypes and taboos. As women, we perceive how we’re being perceived and subconsciously impose outside limitations on our bodies and inner selves. In her recent work YatFTIL (You Are The Fear That I Lost) Odesssa-born Svitlana Levchenko looks deeper into these self-imposed prisons we create for ourselves through a series of visual metaphors and self-portraits.
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