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ISBN:9053307397
Author: Jason Eskenazi
ISBN13: 978-9053307397
Title: Title Nation (Russian and English Edition)
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Language: Russian English
Category: Photography and Video
Publisher: Schilt Publishing; Har/DVD edition (January 20, 2011)
Pages: 216

Title Nation (Russian and English Edition) by Jason Eskenazi



Publisher's Description. Documentary photographers Jason Eskenazi (American) and Valeri Nistratov (Russian) ‘took to the road’ in Russia to shoot 4 x 5 colour portraits in various cities and across different levels of Russian society. It was their first time shooting large format so they created a method to shoot each portrait under the same conditions:(lighting, distance, pose).

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Documentary photographers Valeri Nistratov (Russian) and Jason Eskenazi (American) ‘took to the road’ in Russia to shoot 4 x 5 colour portraits in various cities and across different levels of Russian society. Usually only one portrait was taken for each subject and the process took less than one minute.

History stands still for a moment in this book. Russian history with all it's contradictions. Jason has sung a doleful song to Russia's fallen empire but he still has a love for these lost children and their awkward new steps into an uncertain future. 5 people found this helpful.

Go to your wishlistGo to your wishlist. Jason Eskenazi (American) and Valeri Nistratov (Russian). Fotodepartament Store Shop Products Books Documentary Title nation. No attempt was made to represent all ethnic nationalities, in this series - especially from the former Soviet Union, living on Russian territory - but instead they concentrated on more or less pure Russians who make up the majority of the population and are thus referred to scientifically as the Title Nation. The project is about the 15th anniversary of the fall of communism, a look at how the country and people have changed. Project is about people but also about collaboration between two artists. Hard cover, 216 pages, English version.

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Documentary photographers Jason Eskenazi (American) and Valeri Nistratov (Russian) 'took to the road' in Russia to shoot 4x5 color portraits in various cities and across different levels of Russian society. It was their first time shooting large format so they created a method to shoot each portrait under the same conditions: (lighting, distance, pose). Only the locations changed: factory, street, train station, hospital, prison, post-office, sanatorium, etc. They traveled to more than 10 cities & towns, including: Novosibirsk, Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Ivanovo, Kostroma, Krasnoyarsk and Moscow. A white sheet was used in the background for continuity purposes. During the session they documented the subject's name, profession, date of birth, and where the photo was taken.

Usually only one portrait was taken for each subject and the process took less than one minute. The two short films included by Abigail Spindle show the photographers at the beginning of the project and near its end. Audio interviews were also recorded where and when possible to let the subjects speak for themselves. No attempt was made to represent all ethnic nationalities, in this series -- especially from the former Soviet Union, living on Russian territory -- but instead they concentrated on more or less pure Russians who make up the majority of the population and are thus referred to scientifically as the Title Nation.

The project is about the 15th anniversary of the fall of communism, a look at how the country and people have changed.

Project is about people but also about collaboration between two artists.