A colorful ballroom in an abandoned Sanatorium in the heart of Armenia.

During Stalin's reign in the Soviet Union, he initiated the construction of numerous sanatoria, particularly in regions known for their natural healing properties such as the Caucasus Mountains and the Crimea Peninsula. These sanatoria were intended to provide medical treatment, rest, and relaxation for workers and party members. The primary purpose of these sanatoria was to provide medical treatment and rest for workers, soldiers, and party officials. They were also seen as a means to promote Soviet ideals and loyalty to the state by providing benefits to those who adhered to the communist regime.

Ballroom Blitz - When she Sings sku: Art-3

Extra Info:

Printed on FineArt Baryta paper
Size 80 cm x 60 cm

Exhibited during the Silent Witness Exposition | Forgotten Armenia

Ballroom Blitz | Martijn Walet Photography
Ballroom Blitz | Martijn Walet Photography

Printed on FineArt Baryta, a paper that sets the tone for high color depth, large color range and image sharpness. This special paper gives the artwork a “wow” factor, especially on extremely high density prints and fine gray tones. The use of barium sulphate in the premium inkjet coating provides the typical shine that makes this artwork a real eye-catcher.

Framed with a custom made, high-end frame; QD Black Frame incl. hanging system.