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Rosa Zharkikh

Rosa Zharkikh

ROSA ZHARKIKH (1930) | At the age of 46 she began receiving visions. Directed by an unseen force, she started to draw. Several years later, she retired from the factory and moved more completely into the world of her visions. Using thread and fabric, she tried to replicate the magical, flower-like costumes that appeared in her dreams, often working for several years on a single embroidery.

ROSA ZHARKIKH (1930) | At the age of 46 she began receiving visions. Directed by an unseen force, she started to draw. Several years later, she retired from the factory and moved more completely into the world of her visions. Using thread and fabric, she tried to replicate the magical, flower-like costumes that appeared in her dreams, often working for several years on a single embroidery.

Rosa Zharkikh

Rosa Zharkikh

ROSA ZHARKIKH (1930) | At the age of 46 she began receiving visions. Directed by an unseen force, she started to draw. Several years later, she retired from the factory and moved more completely into the world of her visions. Using thread and fabric, she tried to replicate the magical, flower-like costumes that appeared in her dreams, often working for several years on a single embroidery.

ROSA ZHARKIKH (1930) | At the age of 46 she began receiving visions. Directed by an unseen force, she started to draw. Several years later, she retired from the factory and moved more completely into the world of her visions. Using thread and fabric, she tried to replicate the magical, flower-like costumes that appeared in her dreams, often working for several years on a single embroidery.

For Rosa Zharkikh, the physical world is nothing more than a barrier concealing a realm of truth, the human body a vessel for the true spirit-being. In her artworks she attempts to capture the flowing, evolving, ever-changing nature of this spirit-being.

For Rosa Zharkikh, the physical world is nothing more than a barrier concealing a realm of truth, the human body a vessel for the true spirit-being. In her artworks she attempts to capture the flowing, evolving, ever-changing nature of this spirit-being.

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ROSA ZHARKIKH (1930) | At the age of 46 she began receiving visions. Directed by an unseen force, she started to draw. Several years later, she retired from the factory and moved more completely into the world of her visions. Using thread and fabric, she tried to replicate the magical, flower-like costumes that appeared in her dreams, often working for several years on a single embroidery.

ROSA ZHARKIKH (1930) | At the age of 46 she began receiving visions. Directed by an unseen force, she started to draw. Several years later, she retired from the factory and moved more completely into the world of her visions. Using thread and fabric, she tried to replicate the magical, flower-like costumes that appeared in her dreams, often working for several years on a single embroidery.

Anna Iarkina examines the output of Russian isolate Rosa Zharkikh’s subconscious memory in Raw Vision 42. http://rawvision.com/articles/rosa-zharkikh-glimmering-another-dimension

Anna Iarkina examines the output of Russian isolate Rosa Zharkikh’s subconscious memory in Raw Vision 42. http://rawvision.com/articles/rosa-zharkikh-glimmering-another-dimension

Jenny Sages | embroidery + text

Jenny Sages | embroidery + text

Anna Torma. One of those things you would stare at for a long time.

Anna Torma. One of those things you would stare at for a long time.

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