The exhibition presents 40 color and black-and-white photographs - four series of photographs, which are “mini-films”: each of them tells the story of a woman who has her own idea of happiness and goes to her cherished dream in her own way.
The work was done by one of the most successful photographers of the 21st century - Albert Watson. The author of the famous black and white portraits of Alfred Hitchcock, Andy Warhol and Steve Jobs - he was recognized as one of the twenty most influential photographers of all time.
“To make a dream come true, you must work hard. I always went forward step by step, from one goal to another, not trying to immediately fly up to the top of the stairs. Although it sometimes occurs to me that the staircase can extend indefinitely, and the highest step - move further and further away, I believe that it still makes sense to create more and more ambitious goals and aspirations once in a while, ”admits Albert Watson