Taking the Dead Sea as a point of inspiration, Faridon Abida’s lens brings to the viewer an in-depth analysis of the mud and salt crystals native to its coastline. With nuclear-like force, the textures and forms of the minerals implode and explode in psychedelic effect within the confines of Abida’s photographs, creating exquisite images for the eye to admire. The series, on view at the luxurious Zara Gallery, garnered Abida much attention in the local press.
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