'Working in black and white, Zelenkova’s photographs are often a nostalgic and melancholic representation of the present, that for her perpetually blends with the past, and vice versa. The images are mostly uninhabited and still; time here is frozen, not only through the alchemic process of photography, but also through the subject matter itself: old museum exhibits, preserved period interiors, or historic paintings, among others. It is as if the work resists the passage of time, the only dynamic feature being the water that occasionally runs through the otherwise timeless and unchanging environments.' (Emaho Magazine)
Photographs, text and design by Tereza Zelenkova, foreword by Daniel C Blight, poem by Ed Anon. A small edition of 250 copies, self-published in October 2013, London, to accompany Zelenkova's exhibition of the same name (see here). This copy no. 75, slightly sunned cover (see image).
17.5 x 23.5 cm, 32 pages, 19 black and white plates, hand stamped cover, digitally printed, saddle stitched