Torben Eskerod’s photographic practice is rooted in the documentation of landscapes, architecture, and faces. As part of the Festival of Photography of the Nordic Countries, the Russian museum Rosphoto presents an exhibition of his last work entitled Faces and Places. Here, large format close-up shots organized in series invite the viewer to plunge into the state of contemplative meditation, explore their own soul, and turn to their inner memory. For many years, Torben Eskerod has been concerned with the notion of death, which is often considered a taboo subject in modern culture. His approach to death is far from that...
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