Raynald Najosky

Raynald Najosky

Photographer

Raynald Najosky establishes his photographic research as one and multiple, at the same time initiating reflection and awakening consciousness, while combining aestheticism with meaning. The artist's sources of photographic inspiration are diverse, including great humanist photographers such as Dorothea Lange, Henri Cartier-Bresson or Robert Capa, but also masters of minimalist photography such as Michaël Levin or Claude Gauthier.
Finalist for the Estée Lauder Pink Ribbon Photo Award in 2017, he was honored on this occasion and exhibited his work on the Pont d'Iéna right at the bottom of the Eiffel Tower.

Akvo
“Akvo” means “Water” in Esperanto. The choice of this constructed international language, used as a lingua franca and not being the official language of any state, further reinforces the total freedom in which water travels throughout its natural cycle. This is how water is brought to light as living and bubbling matter. Its polymorphous aspect, at the origin of this photographic work, underlines its universality and its essentiality for all organisms. This vital treasure without commercial, ethnic, political or even geographical consideration.
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Blue Dream
This series, produced at the blue hour, is a poetic and dreamlike invitation. Intended for anyone ready to let themselves be carried away by the chromatic nuances and the vaporous movements of this powerful and tumultuous nature, this series is an invitation to introspection and self-reflection.
Each photograph is a unique, ephemeral and decisive moment, a revolution, an awareness; but above all, one last breath before the switch. 
A glance at the future ...
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