Publisher's presentation :
"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."
This work has been made with the support "Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature" ("Hunting and Nature Museum") in Paris, where it is currently on exhibit until June 14th, 2015.
96 pages - Hardcover
Kehrer Verlag, 2015
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