Saturday, March 14, 2009

April

Becca Mann's interest in found photographs and is inspired by forgotten imagery from Imperial Russia on the brink of revolution. Sourcing a diaristic collection of personal snapshots from the Romanov family albums, and documentary photographs of the remote territories of the Russian Empire, Mann reflects on the coexistence of these two worlds at the irreconcilable instant of complete dissolution.

Becca Mann April, 2008 Oil on canvas 152.4 x 152.4 cm

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5 comments:

Princess Haiku said...

Hi Moon,
Hope all is well with you these days. This post is interesting; the colors & the light...

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just look at this. such a great colors, what a cool brights. so lovely. nice shot