“Homage” —  Modular Photography by Zafer Galibov

“Homage” — Modular Photography by Zafer Galibov

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March 15-31, 2021

Vernissage: March 15, from 16.00 to 20.00

“Modular photography is essentially pictorialist photography and has long existed as part of postmodernism in the first half of the twentieth century. If I have to find a term close to the musical definition of the process, we can call it reverberation, which can be graphic and semitone. I think about the work of which different artists we can find elements of this superstructure: perhaps Victor Vasarely, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Rene Magritte, Gaudi, Christo, Jean-Claude and even Vladimir Dimitrov-the Master. According to what’s listed so far, this method is the closest to surrealism. Let’s not forget that many photographers like Man Ray, George Brassaï and others have long been accepted into the Surrealist family, as the Surrealists themselves said in their 1925 manifesto in Paris: “Surrealism is not a new or simple means of expression, it is metaphysical. Poetry: it is a means of the complete liberation of the spirit and all that resembles it. ”Surrealism has always been a precursor to the destruction of a status quo. In this case, it is an example of multiplicity as it was, and remains only a reminder of the vision. “

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