The works of Ilya Rashap are a rare phenomenon of composition and light/dark neo-noir in the modern photography: the quintessence of graphics, aconicism and symbolism. In his photos, the characters are not the aim of the picture; rather they are a part of the graphical black and white shot.
These works borrow a lot of techniques from pen-and-ink drawings. The works of Ilya Rashap carry us away to the art of Japanese black-and-white graphics and the art of arly twentieth century American cinema. He is a prominent representative of postmodernism, a movement that dominates our lives to this day, in its best manifestation: the author is creating an unprecedented direction in modern photography, developing its unique language and means of expression.
Photographer Ilya Rashap was born in 1979, in Russia. Ilya tries to photograph the scenes that don't exist.
Dreamy pictures. Appealing to the viewers imagination.
“Whether it be a landscape or a portrait, a good photograph must above all be a metamorphosis of reality and awaken the spectator’s imagination.”
Space of time
The World Behind Glass
On the other side of the mirror
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40 x 50 cm | 16 x 20 Inch: from EUR 850.
60 x 90 cm | 23 x 35 Inch: from EUR 950.
80 x 120 cm | 31 x 47 Inch: from EUR 1500.
150 x 100 cm | 59 x 39 Inch: from EUR 2250
180 x 120 cm | 71 x 47 Inch: from EUR 2750
Other sizes upon request.
With or without a layer of acrylic glass.
The Lambda Photoprint (2) is mounted on a Dibond backing (1). Dibond is a composite aluminium plate.
Choose two or three layers, this means with or without a layer of acrylic glass (3).
Dark brown frame
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