TITLE: Emotional Landscapes
I have recently felt safe lingering in secluded territories, representative of life’s thresholds. Where end and beginning converge, both disconnected from man’s defined culture and time.
My photographic interest stretches between the schism of modern man's perturbing conduct in nature and the meditative quality these places have with their alluring, confident, melancholic pull away from the charge of daily life, transcending me from criticism to curiosity.
Here, I search for the single point of confluence, where order and chaos, beauty and death, mind and matter coincide. In the photographic equilibrium point, the physical space becomes mental and the internal vision becomes real.
AUTHOR: Eyal Fried (Israel)
Eyal Fried, born 1968, Israel
MFA in Art from Bezalel Academy of Arts in Jerusalem (2009); BFA in Art from HaMidrasha Faculty of the Arts (2005);
A documentary photographer who examines our physical, social, and cultural boundaries through physical and mental journeys.
Presented in several solo exhibitions and in numerous group exhibitions in Israel and abroad.
Received the 2019 Local Testimony Series of the Year Award – Israel's photojournalism exhibition, for the Mono-Mental series.
Finalist of the 2020 Meitar Award for Excellence in Photography - The International Photography Festival for the series “No man’s land”.
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