Uferstrasse 40, Basel, Switzerland
Unfortunately, women are still being judged based on their life choices in today’s society. These judgments often stem from societal norms and expectations that are often unrealistic and unattainable. Aleksandra’s series of portraits, titled “Always Judging,” brings attention to this issue by showcasing seven women who are judged and questioned for their life choices. The bold style and vibrant colors of the paintings enhance the problem and make a powerful statement about the pervasive nature of this issue.
The portraits show women of different ages, races, and backgrounds, but they all share a common thread: they are judged for their life choices, regardless of whether those choices are considered socially acceptable or not. Artist aims to challenge these judgments and encourage society to embrace and respect women for who they are, rather than judging them based on arbitrary standards.
Overall, the “Always Judging” series highlights the need for greater acceptance and understanding of every human life choices. Solo exhibition took place in the container, art space of culture association Wie wär’s mal mit.