stefano orazzini

Meoto Iwa

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?Shiro Kuro? literally means ?Black and White.? This 2010 series is a tribute to Japan. The sanctuary at Ise is one of the most reputable Shinto sites in Japan. It is alleged to shelter the spirits of the emperors of Japan. In the Bay of Ise, on Futamigaura beach, stand the two famous «married rocks.» They represent the creators of Japan, Izanami and Izanagi. The two rocks are linked by a rope of rice straw forming the boundary of this sacred area. The photographer Stefano Orazzini diverts from photographing his usual destination. He moves away from the hyperrealist depiction that this medium confers to present creations with a dreamlike aspect. The landscapes are refined and built upon several simple guidelines. Although they are real the motifs appear to be artefacts thanks to their depiction with black, grey and white nuances. The artist thus unveils a new world.www.YellowKorner.com

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