Duncan Miller Gallery is presenting the first Los Angeles exhibition of the works of Russian photographer and artist Katerina Belkina. Selected works from her series Empty Spaces and Not a Man’s World will be shown.
In Empty Spaces, Belkina uses self-portraiture to express the image of a new woman in a postmodern world. She creates herself as a distant character occupying different roles that represent a mysterious, alluring, yet disquieting relationship between herself and a created metropolis.
Her series Not A Man’s World retains her use of self-portraits, placing herself as a new type of heroine within age-old stories and fairy tales that are familiar, moving and deeply mysterious.
The gallery has not published exhibition dates.
Saturday, May 3, 7-9 pm, opening reception
By Jim McKinniss