The Israeli artist Landau transforms a black dress in the style of the 1920s into a brilliant work of art covered with salt.
The Israeli artist, Landau, submerged a dress – a replica of the traditional Hasidic dress worn by the character Leah in Yiddish play “The Dybbuk” – in Dead sea in 2014 and captured its evolution over time in the photographing.
The waters rich in sea salt crystallized dress, transforming a “symbol associated with death and madness in a wedding dress she had always been intended to be “has she said in a press release describing an exhibition of his pictures.
the images, some of which are presented below, are exhibited at Marlborough Contemporary museum London until September 3
This is not the first time that Landau left something in the Dead sea – watch some of his other works here: