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53х80 cm, photograph in black frame
73х110 cm, print in black frame
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53х80 cm, photograph on dibond
73х110 cm, photograph on dibond

“Thirty-six Views Of Mount Fuji” is a famous series of colored woodcuts by the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. Fuji, Japan’s sacred mountain, is present in every image in the series. In the title of his series, Fyodor Telkov ironically suggests a juxtaposition of the traditional Japanese landscape, woven into the flesh of national culture, and the modern post-industrial landscape of Degtyarsk, a town in the Sverdlovsk Oblast, dominated by two piles of waste rock from local mines.

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