About the Series

The Death of “Happily Ever After” is a dark reimagining of Disney’s fairy tales. These stories were originally sinister and included harsh punishments of characters, sexual inferences and death. Yet they were also rich and expressive, and often written by women. Disnification has rendered them shallow, where all blonde-haired, blue-eyed princesses are saved by their knight in shining armour. In this series, Zilberberg plays the narrator and the model, creating her own dark and meaningful versions that don’t necessarily end happily ever after.


Little Red Riding Hood

Archival Chromogenic Print

11 x 14 inch (28 x 35 cm)
Edition of 15

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20 x 26 inch (51 x 66 cm)
Edition of 15

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    The artwork is printed on a 100% archival museum-quality paper. To project your investment, all works are signed and have a limited edition. Once an edition is sold out, there will be no further duplicates.

    Works are available framed or unframed. Prints are professionally packaged in high-quality acid free material.

    If you are unhappy with your piece upon arrival, you may return or exchange it free of charge within two weeks of shipment.


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