Rafael Y. Herman

Budapest, Ludwig Múzeum – Kortárs Művészeti Múzeum, 16 February 2018 - 01 April 2018
Rafael Y. Herman is an Israelii artist who lives and works in Paris now. He is best known for his nocturnal pictures which are seemingly showing the landscape in daylight due to a special technique, giving a surreal experience to the spectator. This exhibition gives us an insight into his latest creations.
According to Attila Nemes, the curator of the exhibition: "The night landscapes shot by Herman do not exist for our eyes. These strange lights of the night normally can only be perceived by technology. Compared to the experience of the real daylight, we perceive odd shadows, moonlight features, colour spectrum and shimmering details that differ from sunlight. Rafael Y. Herman strives to create a new reality out of the mystery of the night. He highlights the fact that although the night landscape is close to us, its reality does not exist for the observer. These sites never existed for the human eye, just snapshots, insights into another reality."
Rafael Y. Herman: Somnum Rubrum, 2012
Rafael Y. Herman: Somnum Rubrum, 2012
2018.02.20
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