Open in Facet
Post-processing can be so time consuming that some artists have evolved their style towards minimalism, to avoid it altogether. However, portraitist Giorgi Meurmishvili experienced the opposite when working in Facet, who found himself editing more than usual because of how quickly he was able to apply adjustments and push creative boundaries.
This series is dedicated to women, particularly those in women in post-Soviet countries, whom the artist described as not having a voice in their families and in society—”24/7, 365 days, they are in ‘Isolation’ behind a man.” His message to them and those alike: “Don’t give up! Be strong, and break the wall!”
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