The jury of the Prix Virginia 2014, an international photography prize for women, appreciated the sense of humor, colors, staging and masterful composition in winner Dina Goldstein’s two series. With a striking, original voice, Goldstein works in the tradition of pop surrealism. She observes the world around her, condemning princesses in a world where they no longer exist, offering a reflection on the role of fiction, false pretenses, and our ambiguous relationship to reality.
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