Thanos Savvidis, Corneliu Sarion, Zisis Kardianos, Paul Raymond
All is light … and light is all.
That's why in times of darkness and obscurity we look for the moment that will make the difference.
What if we can find the vision and the salvation in others' work and talent? Or should I say obsession? This is the case here, today by presenting you the 4 following images.
What is behind any photograph besides the photographer?
What makes her/him capture a moment instead of living it? And let's be frank here: we all know that photographing means already a partial missing of the reality itself. Would things be as Calvino states? That "photography has a meaning only if it exhausts all possible images"?
Or is it that the photographer is easily adopting an eccentricity of manner and an irregularity of life just to find refuge into the illusion that every one except oneself is bourgeois?
And is the time spent between shots, nothing but a conscious choice of ignoring it?
Burning reds, deep blues, dreamy turquoises are they more powerful than the narrative B&W?
In the present time we have two major obstacles to beat.
We cannot copy or emulate previous work of past masters because we just give birth again to a child that has already been born and lived,
Artists are the spiritual teachers of the world, and for their teaching to have weight, it must be comprehensible and not eluded in a narcissistic "art for the art's sake".
The authors of these images go beyond these obstacles. Would you too?