Alexandros Raskolnick is a visual artist from Belarus. His works, sometimes surreal, are mainly compositions based on mixing erotic photography and retouching.

The way his mind works, the approach in creating the collages has something fresh, intriguing to it. He usually chooses two or three random pictures with sometimes unexpectedly opposite atmospheres (for instance, a biker seen from the back, opposed to a naked woman in hijab running towards the viewer) or images that complete each other just perfectly (a lady staring in a mirror from which another lady stares at the viewer). In all this twisted symmetry, it all looks like models from totally different worlds are, somehow, accomplices, unknowingly giving each other meaning, value.

“All the photos used for my photo-collages are collected from the internet”, the artists says. “Whenever the photographer is known to me, his name is mentioned. All my photo-collages [are] creative commons”.

You can check more of Alexandros Raskolnick’s photo-manipulations here.


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Romanian self-taught writer, based in Cyprus, interested in contemporary art, unconventional culture and gonzo journalism. Writing for almost a decade, he is agnostic, supports a censorship-free society and reads way less than he wants.