Artist Rufina Bazlova Creates Embroideries Based On The Protests In Belarus
The artist Rufina Bazlova turned traditional Belarusian embroidery into a political statement: she embroidered with a red thread beautiful drawings based on the protests in Belarus against falsifications at the last presidential election. The artist shares her works in a special installation account.
It is not difficult to recognize the demonstrators, the clash of peaceful people with riot police at gas stations and even the opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya in the artful patterns.
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