Russian Artist Brings Russian Folklore To Life

Uldus Bakhtiozina a Russian artists and master of Photography created unique version of Russian fairy tales and history. Pagan Slavic roots and ethno folklore are the focus of her work, true Russian lands in her eyes. From Euro-Asian mythology to Slavic folklore to Kievan Rus that is her thing and he does it with great detail. Special attention is given in interpretation of hidden symbols from legends and myths, so we wonder will you notice any. Her project aims to tell forgoten Slavic storries which have been distorted over many years. Swan lake? Illy and Muromets? Three Bogatyrs? those are just some of the myths she covers.

Uldus invites her audience to speculate on the ambiguity and dualism of each character in Russian folklore. Enjoy via

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