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Ilya Netyosov
Moscow, Russian Federation

About the Artist

Netyosov Ilya (1992, born in Kurgan, Russia) graduated from local university and then moved to Moscow in 2015. More than 9 years of photography experience.

Exhibitions:

- 2012-2014 # various local group exhibitions in Kurgan including the "Feeling-ography" exhibition (june 2014) with 14 photos. The winner of the competition "Two ages of life" ("socially significant photo" nomination) (March 2012).

- 2016 # Innervisions II. Exhibition "Urban space" 6 photos (3 prints and 3 in slideshow).

- 2016 # Street Photography Festival, final exhibition at Fotodoc (Moscow). 1 photo.

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About the Artist

Netyosov Ilya (1992, born in Kurgan, Russia) graduated from local university and then moved to Moscow in 2015. More than 9 years of photography experience.

Exhibitions:

- 2012-2014 # various local group exhibitions in Kurgan including the "Feeling-ography" exhibition (june 2014) with 14 photos. The winner of the competition "Two ages of life" ("socially significant photo" nomination) (March 2012).

- 2016 # Innervisions II. Exhibition "Urban space" 6 photos (3 prints and 3 in slideshow).

- 2016 # Street Photography Festival, final exhibition at Fotodoc (Moscow). 1 photo.

- 2018 # "Artbat" exhibition at Omelchenko gallery (Moscow). 1 photo.

Books:

- 2018 # Compositions with people album (1 copy)

- 2018 # STREET ART INTERACTIONS album. (100 copies). Exhibited at PhotoBookMarket at Fotodoc.

Artist statement:

For me photography is a form rather than a content. A photo based on pure form executed flawlessly is more likely to arouse heartfelt emotions than the one based on the content. Speaking of form I mean the composition as a whole, the structure, the texture, as well as visual means the presence and validity of which in most cases determines the success of a particular photograph. Here are some of the visual means I use: space tricks, light and shadows, rhythm, accents, relations between the objects, etc. I often use planar composition as if the objects are juxtaposed on a planar surface of the photograph. And I believe that’s the key to understanding. Becoming of my photographic language is influenced by Richard Diebenkorn, Edward Hopper, Kazimir Malevich, Alexander Calder, Francis Bacon, Wassily Kandinsky, Alexander Sliussarev, Gueorgui Pinkhassov.

Artist’s Work

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