Lera Dubitskaya’s (b.1996, Minsk) works on paper are dreamlike and otherworldly. They depict eerie landscapes where chimerical flowers and plants are vigorously growing, and mythical creatures of the kind one might only find in a fairy-tale. Working exclusively on incredibly small formats, dedication to detail and precision is crucial, and the attentively composed lines and hues deliver a unique visual reminiscent of medieval tapestries and miniatures. This fantasy world seems as distant and alien, as it is inviting and luring for its viewers to carefully step in and indulge in Dubitskaya’s imagination. Dubitskaya holds an MA in Graphic Design from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (2023) and she has been exhibited at Pangée (Montreal, 2023), Modern Art (London, 2023), The Curators Room (Amsterdam, 2023), Museum of Modern Art (Warsaw, 2022), Hoffmann + Maler + Wallenberg (Nice, 2022), and LETO (Warsaw, 2021) among others. Dubitskaya lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.