Andrey Chezhin’s Photographic Manipulations

April 24, 2007


Andrey Chezhin is a prolific Russian photographer. He captures ‘unnatural’ shots using natural techniques. Think lots of mirrors, dual exposures and clever angles. His results often look more like Escher paintings than photography.


ChezhinWhen he isn’t behind the camera, Chezhin will often manipulate found photos. In one of his more profound series, he replaced the facial features of headshots found at photo-booths with hardware. His results speak to the loss of individual identity in an over saturated society.

Chezhin’s work can be seen all over the place.

– chris

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One Response to “Andrey Chezhin’s Photographic Manipulations”

  1. Kristina Says:

    I am starting some research in visual anthropology and wondering if anyone could provide me with a list of good Russian photographers who are working/creating in today’s times.


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