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JESUS THE BIG BROTHER

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Photography - Total edition of 30 - Chromogenic print - Aluminium Dibond - Gloss acrylic glass -

JESUS THE BIG BROTHER

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60 x 90 cm

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THE STORY BEHIND…

The composition of Kezzyn’s remastered artwork, Jesus Big Brother draws inspiration from the Strugatsky brothers’ 1964 novel; translated, ‘Hard to be a God’. The novel has since been transferred to the silver screen by cult director Aleksei German, a posthumous masterpiece that was in the works for nearly 8 years. Kezzyn has interpreted this story in his own visual dialogue where he deliberately mixes figures and alters the functions of the creator, the martyr, and the savior. Jesus is central to the composition; however, his power has completely been exerted. He is directed by characters ignored by others. Exhausted in desperation, he does not know how to stop it all. He is overcome, and now no one knows; where was the beginning, and what will the future hold?

artist

Andrey Kezzyn is a completely self-taught, fine art photographer based in St. Petersburg, Russia. With more than ten years of experience under his studded belt, this photography-badass has tactfully employed elements of theatricality throughout his oeuvre. Having devoted the last four years of his career to stage photography, Kezzyn’s discipline has enabled him to master the genre. His compositions are intricately bound to narrative, illustrating his incomparable dominance over the medium.