16th February – 25th March 2016
“I wondered what would happen if I were to combine these state-sanctioned pictures with my own underground work. It was a time when carrying a camera was enough to make you look suspicious in the eyes of the police, and when any depiction of nudity was considered pornographic. My aim would be for the viewer to reconsider and reflect upon this period of Russian history through these contrasting images.” – Roman Pyatkovka
Dadiani Fine Art is thrilled to present a second exhibition of Roman Pyatkovka, one of the most innovative pioneers of Soviet and modern Ukrainian conceptual photography.