The endless pillars of an abandoned sanatorium in Georgia. Built in 1957 in classic Stalinist style, the sanatorium is located in western central Georgia. Originally, this sanatorium housed around 330 beds and was mainly frequented by Russian guests until the collapse of the Soviet Union. Little can be seen of the building’s once luxurious splendor. The fabric of the building, the interior design and the park are rapidly deteriorating. Since the Georgian-Abkhazian war in 1992, the sanatorium has been partly inhabited by war refugees. Three decades later, the makeshift apartments in the former sanatoriums have become permanent homes for new generations of families.
Matt direct print on three millimeter thick Masterbond. The silky matt surface lets intensely colored motifs shine in their entirety. The fine nuances of black and white and high-contrast motifs come into their own thanks to the matt look. As a subtle highlight, bright motif areas shimmer from different perspectives.
High Qualiyt Matt Fine Art Print in Size 120 x 80 cm