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Things fall apart

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“…the images blend together to form a more generalized, and aestheticized, portrayal of destruction, following the long artistic tradition of appreciating the melancholy beauty of ruins and nature’s destructive power. That tradition is closely tied to the idea of the sublime — a sensation of beauty and terror in the face of nature’s power — prevalent in 18th and early 19th century philosophy and landscape art, and often understood as a way of experiencing the divine.”

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This beautiful and brilliant work by  Sasha Bezzubov reminds me how much I love photography that makes you think about something outside of yourself. The work in Things Fall Apart, Facts on the Ground, Sad Tropics and Albedo Zone all capture the landscape yet express something more powerful-they express the double sided affects of humanity, politics and economics.

kristianne

Photographer specializing in fine art, portraits, life + style for print and web.

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