In her preferred black and white images, Czech photographer Tereza Zelenkova presents a room and its curious inhabitant, evoking the fin de siècle movements of symbolism and decadence, to which the photographer pays homage, with references to the literature of Baudelaire, Rimbaud, and JK Huysmans. Together, these still lives, nudes, and portraits are a captivating inquiry into the cycle of...
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