This black-and-white series of photos 'about two sisters abandoned by their father, a reunion which can be no question. Just because they don't know about each other the most important thing...' They meet once a year in a small village, - communicate, play, weave braids to each other, but don't know that they are sisters. Gulshat lives in a poor family, in a small village. Alina lives in the city, studies in a prestigious school, and does ballet. Two lives that run parallel and that should not intersect never, according to the lV postulate of Euclid.
And yet this happens, as in the hyperbolic geometry of Nikolai Ivanovich Lobačevskij.
In a Russian village two parallel lines meet once a year.
AUTHOR: Karina Bikbulatova RUSSIAN FEDERATION
My name is Karina Bikbulatova. I was born in Russia, in the city of Ufa. I studied for four years at the university of culture of Moscow. I have joined several national and international photography events. In 2015 and 2016 my photos have been exhibited in Moscow. In 2017, I started my studies at the Academy of Fine Arts of Florence.
In 2018 , I won a photographic prize in Avezzano, and a photographic award, Riccardo Clear in Varese. My works have been shown in Milan (Triennale of Milan) and Barcelona (Gallery ValidFoto)