The contemporary Spanish-Israeli photographer Rani Bruchstein is exhibiting In Side Out at the Galería Azur (Calle Válgame Dios, 6) in Madrid, a different proposal where the lines of urban landscapes and surrealist portraits are blurred. The exhibition will be open to the public until 14 April.
His lens captures the beauty of the natural world, the geometry of architecture and urban landscapes, and the humanity of everyday moments through portraiture as a discursive metaphor. All works in the exhibition will be for sale: they will be delivered printed and with their unique NFT.
Exploring the reinvention of images of everyday life, incorporating nods to the history of art, and making use of new techniques, but without resorting to illusion, is the basis on which this exhibition rests. In Side Out is an artistic proposal made up of 35 images in which the photographer questions and rejects aesthetic conventions and replaces them with a more analytical vision of cultural and ideological components, influenced by Man Ray. An exhibition that allows us to discover the possibilities that exist around creation and photographic experimentation, which go beyond a static image that captures an instant of reality.
Rani Bruchstein (Tel Aviv, 1973) is a visual artist and photographer based in Spain. Although he showed no artistic inclinations in his youth, Bruchstein discovered photography by chance while doing his military service. Over time, he learned the art and perfected his photography until he finally developed a personal style, which he describes as “a dreamy, constantly moving style that seeks to make an impact. Minimalist, but full of colour”. He has a unique way of seeing things, and his images capture his emotions and feelings in a personal and close-up way.