Alex Braverman is a fine art photographer. Born in Lithuania, he lived extensively in Israel, South Africa and the USA.
Alex’s work is best described by his own artist’s statement: “Photography is about what does not meet the eye.”
He constantly searches for the subliminal, the allegories, the metaphors; each photograph is a story, each sequence – a novella unified by the common theme, rather than a collection of fragments.
Alex’s cityscapes focus on the cultural underpinnings of the place and time. “The habitat is inseparable from the inhabitants; it can tell us more about them than they are sometimes willing to admit. The habitat is the stage for despair or delight that is impossible to conceal.” His cityscapes work has culminated in the coveted prestigious Grand Prize in the Popular Photography magazine’s Annual International Contest.
Curated by Kay Whitfield