24. September 2016 · Comments Off on Ricardo Asch Movement · Categories: News · Tags: ,

It has taken some time separating the notion of realism in photography: capturing a moment, a moment frozen in believable ways that resulted in the replacement of the realistic portrait painted by an image without brush strokes, without subjectivity but with greater accuracy. There are moments in which art looks to whether itself, when the literature speaks of (meta literature) literature or painting refers to whether same (Cordoba Juan Filloy includes painting goal in his novel La purge). And these are the moments of boiling and subversion: when literature that is first and foremost language leans towards the illegibility and, in this case, when the picture becomes unrestlessness. It can seem paradoxical that a photographer who has been devoted to science, becoming one of the most renowned doctors of Argentina and the international community we enter to a subjective and almost dreamlike world (almost because his photograph not be related to surrealism). In the section on his blog of photography (www.ricardoaschfotos.com) Ricardo Asch Vision explained to me a photo is an imaginative interpretation of something, not reality itself.

Doing something subjective and even psychological photography, Ricardo Asch also tries to capture that traditional photography is reluctant to show: the movement. Movement which distorts the object until you return it unrecognizable, rather, up to make it disappear. So it is not surprising the fundamental role that light in photographs of Ricardo Asch, who shows us in Fireworks transplantation of artifice fires to the photograph itself. In his blog, Ricardo Asch makes reference to the philosopher and literary critic Francis George Steiner to say that art is the most direct medium transformer that humans can experience. However, the influence of Steiner in Ricardo Asch is transparently evidenced by joining the photography of Ricardo Asch with the following quote from the French writer: The ordinary man casts a shadow in a way we do not remove understand. The man of genius casts light. (The common man projected a shadow in a way that we don’t understand at all.

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