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POLINA SOVA

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Born in Estonia, Polina Sova is a model, photographer, and a keen traveller. After growing up in Norway and living for several years in New York, Sydney, London, Paris, and Singapore, she is now based in Berlin. She has worked for some of the most prestigious luxury brands, including Givenchy, Vivienne Westwood, Tommy Hilfiger, Moschino, and Calvin Klein. Her advertising collaborations notably include publications in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire and Elle. Polina Sova started taking photographs in 2011, focusing on travel images. Her artistic research has led her to Fiji, where the Flowers project was initiated. Fascinated by tropical flora, the exotic plants encountered during this heavenly escapade drew her attention. Polina Sova focused on the exploration and visualisation of plant life by manipulating her images with the help of a smartphone application.  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

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“The mystery that the flowers brings, the complexity of colors, textures, and diversity in the botanical world grabbed me.”

POLINA SOVA

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Dating from 2015, the Flowers series presents fourteen species of plants and flowers shot in Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Polina Sova’s seductive images seem to echo Georgina O’Keefe’s floral paintings. A key artist of American modernism, besides her pioneering foray into pictorial abstraction, she offers a unique example of feminine expression. Polina Sova seems to follow in the footsteps of the famous painter. In her picture collages, she evokes women’s power, plant life, and sexuality, playing on perfect symmetry, a reduced palette, and the exaggerated size of the elements. The photographer evokes legends from Greek mythology in the titles of her images. ”Aphrodite” is the goddess of love and sexuality. Assimilated with Venus in Roman mythology, she has been the subject of great interest since the Renaissance.

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