The poetry of Tereza Rosalie Kladošová's work depicts photographs in one of Prague's largest gardens - Petřín, near the Strahov Monastery. It is possible that a wandering club of sisters visited there and planted the strangest varieties of flowers. Though the flowers are still sleeping under fresh snow and similarly the whole Prague will fall asleep in a few hours. The Spanish undertone in the silhouette anticipates the near warming, the coming spring. And with it we will discover which kinds of flowers were planted.
The Sister Rosalia Club collection tells a story of a community of wandering garden sisters who sneak into any garden and plant the most beautiful varieties of flowers. Colorful clothes now have their counterparts in a mysterious black, the color of deep night and new beginnings.
Camera assistant Patrik Jelínek