The other side of a portrait
Juszkiewicz says that this work allows her to explore another side of the character that history once provided us, but it is often lost through the portraits which we see.
She feels that the various ribbons, plants, and decorations that our ancestors once placed in their hair provide us with a reflection of who they were as a character.
Her Works Explore Other Areas of Existence Too
Although many of Juszkiewicz’s works show off a luxurious model who offers a twist of the neck so that you can see her elaborate hair, there are other works of expression that you can find with this artist as well.
Some of her portraits feature a model who faces forward, but then her face is purposely obscured with wrapped ribbon to create a certain anonymity.
Another portrait from this artist features a woman sitting in opulence, but her entire head is formed from toadstools.
Some of her portraits feature the character reading a book or painting, often with ribbons around the face or garnishing the body to create a unique viewing experience.
You can connect with Juszkiewicz through Galerie Rolando Anselmi in Berlin or on Instagram.