Freedom from the Known by Christin Dim

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Photographs often express the inner world of the photographer, but the ones we are writing about now have a much deeper and more important idea. The great photographer Chris Dimitrova breathed into her work the idea of freeing oneself from other people’s and authorities opinions. A sense of freedom in beautiful black and white photos with a kind of crazy shaman living wild as a free bird with wings.

„To punish me for my contempt for authority, fate made me an authority myself.“
Albert Einstein

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