Tatyana in her work draws fantastic word of her home Petrogradsky district in St.Petersburg. She treats this space as tesseract or four dimensional hypercube.
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I watched grey layer of asphalt gradually turning into soil or vice versa the park itself ceased being something manmade or natural.
The region I go to is alive and vibrant, it obeys its own principles, and every time I enter the path, i feel excited about new experience and new secrets awaiting for me.
Along with such prominent photographers as Hans Staub, Gotthard Schuh or Paul Senn, Theo Frey (1908–1997) is among the classic representatives of Swiss reportage photography.
St. Petersburg is a utopia constructed… It’s strange living in this city, but only for guests. St. Petersburg residents are used to strange things and take no notice. Amongst them, only those for whom strange things are a must take notice: painters and photographers for example.
Writer(s): Alexander Olshansky, Andrej Shliahov, Asya Nemchenok, Dmitryi Shaghin, Elena Schvarz, Igor Chinko, Mikhail Sapego, Orest Kotsuba, Pavel Krusanov, Sergei Nosov, Serghei Grinberg, Tatiana Voltskaia, Valeryi Chereshnia, Vladimir Gandelsman