“Red/slash/beautiful” project explores the images of Russia, the artist’s native country, its landscapes, cityscapes and interiors, captured on infrared film and printed in monochrome red on big sheets of rumpled photographic paper. 12 large prints of 120x80cm and 6 smaller ones (60x90cm) are on display. Contrary to the trivial stereotype, red color is not implying any revolutionary or ideological message, it just happens to be the leftmost part of the visible spectrum, after the invisible infrared, in which the photos were actually shot. Also, the word “красная”, that stands for “red” in modern Russian language, used to mean “beautiful” in traditional Old Russian — hence the name of the exhibition, exposing this unexpected and unobvious link.