Tarrah Krajnak

Cerecho, Centro, Izquierda

2014
Archival inkjet print
9 x 13 inches with 16 x 20 inch archival white matte
Edition of 20

The images in the series 1979 are complex photographic still lives that draw from Krajnak’s intense periods of research in Peru. Speaking little Spanish, Krajnak initially focused on the photography in magazines she was collecting from her birth year, 1979. Cerecho, Centro, Izquierda was created from popular magazines from this period contained a mixture of leftist political articles, soviet constructivist inspired design, and erotic images imported from America. Krajnak used these magazines, along with shards of glass and other archival material, to construct and then photograph these still lives. The resulting images are a beautiful, chaotic view of the time and place Krajnak was born, full of contradictions, idealism, passion, and violence.

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  • $300: White Frame
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