The fleeting and the vulnerable

Alexey Titarenko is a Russian photographer born in 1962. Having received numerous awards, included in many major american and european collections, published in two monographs and as the subject of a documentary, Titarenko has demonstrated the mysterious and compelling pull of his images. These riveting photos are haunting, simultaneously feeling old and new, ghostly yet solid. Somehow these images stop time, literally and figuratively, pushing us to experience the fleeting and the vulnerable, the timelessness of “things” versus the transient and ephermal nature of life.

Titarenko is exclusively represented by Nailya Alexander Gallery.

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2 Responses to The fleeting and the vulnerable

  1. Liz Shaw says:

    These are almost like ghost stories in photograph form. The one of the woman’s leg crossing the street is really quite fascinating and eerie. I have never heard of Alexey Titarenko before. Thank you for the introduction!

  2. Jerome Bloom says:

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