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Deleted Scene by Yury Toroptsov

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«On a mission to photograph the invisible, with Deleted Scene photographer Yury Toroptsov takes us to Eastern Siberia in a unique story of pursuit along intermingling lines that form a complex labyrinth. His introspective journey in search of a father gone too soon crosses that of Akira Kurosawa who, in 1974, came to visit and film that same place where the hunter Dersu Uzala lived.

Yury Toroptsov is not indifferent to the parallels between hunting and photography, which the common vocabulary makes clear.

Archival documents, old photographs, views of the timeless taiga or of contemporary Siberia, fragments or deleted scenes are arranged here as elements of a narrative. They come as clues or pebbles dropped on the edge of an invisible path where the viewer is invited to lose himself and the hunter is encouraged to continue his relentless pursuit.»


German Photo Book Prize 2016 (winner)
Prix du Livre d’Auteur Arles 2015 (shortlist)

Text: Claude d’Anthenaise, Yury Toroptsov
Format: 24 x 32 cm, hardcover


About the Author
Born in 1974 in a rural community near Vladivostok, Yury Toroptsov left his native Russia in 1998 to study at the New School for Social Research in New York after having won a prestigious scholarship. Nourished by his Far-Eastern origins, American travels and the current residence in Europe, Yury Toroptsov keeps at the core of his work what constitutes a common denominator for those distant cultures: people and their identity and the permanence of myths. Memories, metamorphosis, profane and sacred are the recurring themes in his photographs.
Toroptsov’s photographs have been featured in numerous personal and group shows including at the Maison Europeenne de la Photographie in Paris (2008), Paris Photo (2008), Moscow House of Photography (2013). In 2014 he won the appointment of the Arch’Isle International Photographer in Residence in Jersey (British Channel Island). Lives and works in Paris.


Вес 400 г
Габариты 24 × 32 см