Katya-Anna Taguti: a plaster mold from face and soul

Katya-Anna Taguti, born in Riga in 1960, does not shy from big themes: human destiny, memory and suffering, the trauma of post-imperial consciousness, the incessant noise of the information age and how to preserve, if not human dignity, at least a human dimension in our contemporary world.

In the interview, she explained her choice to limit herself in the colour palette, shared her love for charcoal, sangina and acrylic, found objects and scraps of paper, and stressed the importance to portray what one feels rather than what one sees.

Read more about artist's projects: Katya-Anna Taguti in search of the patterns of an elusive life

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