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Fyodor Telkov


'When I was a child, I often traveled to the old past in my dreams, to those days, that are gone for good, thus impossible to experience. All that was left was to imagine. As a photographer, I became interested in looking for peculiar wormholes, the parallel worlds, societies, where time and history seemed to be frozen. From this point of view, I explore local territories and find it exciting when the past, fairy tales or myths suddenly come up through the surface of well-known reality.'

About the artist

Fyodor Telkov was born in 1986 in Nizhniy Tagil, Russia, and is now based in Yekaterinburg. He became a member of the Union of Photo Artists of Russia in 2010. Since then he has participated in solo and group exhibitions in China, Malaysia, Spain, Germany, USA and Russia. He has also published the photobooks '36 Views' and 'Alania. Testament. Blood of the Narts'.

Fyodor Telkov

Q. How did your interest in folk tales and mythology emerge?

A. Mainly from my concern with the disappearing culture of the indigenous peoples in the region.

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