Regina Rzayeva

Confused, 2024 – Oil on canvas; Diptych, 90 x 70 cm

Confused reflects the internal state of women through the folds of the fabric and
composition. In the past, women in paintings were anthropomorphic. Instead, in
these works, the artist focuses on the importance of secondary objects and how they can reveal the inner states of the people they belong to. In this case, a pile of clothes describes confused emotions. The works are also inspired by the artist’s diary, which she has kept since childhood. Most often associated with women, diaries hold intimate thoughts and emotions. For the artist, it is a record of the confusion that marks this period of life.

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