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ILYA RASHAP

SmallGames #2

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The silhouettes photographed by the Russian photographer are placed at the centre of the composition and are the unique subjects of his works. Ilya Rashap creates the illusion of light from a projector placed behind his models so that they appear in Chinese shadow. The use of the luminous halo is not anecdotal. It becomes the symbol of the expression, including the form of the viewer and the artist?s eye. It also displays what appears in the viewfinder and pays tribute to art photography.

“Whether it be a landscape or a portrait, a good photograph must above all be a metamorphosis of reality and awaken the spectator’s imagination.”

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