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The Nature of Parable

Photographer Masha Sardari reveals a realm of allegory and dream

["with a bear by the hearth," 2013]

[“with a bear by the hearth,” 2013]

The environmental landscapes of Masha Sardari are inhabited by waif-like women who are posed like ghosts caught in a sidelong glance, a snapshot glimpsed only in the dusk of the subconscious mind. An otherwise familiar realm of flora and fauna is seamlessly merged with a unique approach to rendering the female form; all anchored by narratives that touch on fairy tales and the darker emotional dominions of the human experience.

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