My work derives from the transmission of a culture that represents the rhythm of human life. My work is inspired by mythological references connecting the symbolic, psychological and artistic heritage of humanity in contemporary life. I am interested in life through the aesthetic form of time and space and the main themes in my art are literary context and instantaneous reaction to both documentary and portraiture photography. I take the whole enrichment of the oriental understanding of transcendence and the māyā aspect of personality, how it’s all based on the mirror images of time and space, and my images are in an immediate relationship that is implicit in the occidental ideas moving into a global period of life.
Daniel Gentelev was born in Russia and immigrated with his family to Israel in 1992. He received his B.F.A from Bezalel Academy for Fine Art and Design in Jerusalem (2012). Daniel works predominantly works with rangefinder and Hasselblad, medium format, cameras; his style depicts mostly traditional photographic processes. His work has been published in several magazines and group exhibitions around Europe and Israel.
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