Anna Jermolaewa


Dolls from the 1950's form a colorful crowd with stylized appearance and mask-like heads. The portrayal of this anonymous society derives from a practice that once served as a snapshot motive in a wide variety of sightseeing locales: Placing one's head in the opening of a painted or photographed face, allows the person behind the facade to assume the identity of a celebrity. Here, our faces complement anonymous figures, who appear in everyday city life, and seem to wipe away the boundary between who is in front and who is behind the picture.

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