Belarusian photographer Alexandra Soldatova turned her interests in photography and daily life to capture native bus stops in the ‘It Must Be Beautiful’ project. The paintings were issued by local authorities and made by unknown artists, with the aim of beautifying empty landscapes.
Soldatova says: “In Belarus, my home country, people love when everything looks neat, clean and beautiful. I decided to search for origins on this fact. So I researched the environment where people normally live and I was looking for rather outstanding and at the same time very common things which could influence the aesthetic feeling of a person”.
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