Arsen Revazov was born in Moscow on December 12, 1966. He took up photography in his third year of elementary school. During the past few years he has been shooting mainly in infrared light on special film with an infrared filter, which lets him show the world in invisible light- a world that the naked human eye is unable to see. He also shoots on so called “lagre-format” cameras (negatives size is up to 11×14 inches, which gives him opportunity to achive extremely high resolution up to 600 megapixels, unreachable by other cameras and lenses).
An artistic task of Arsen is to ease the viewers access to a different, ‘parallel’ reality, sometimes wonderful, but often conflictual.
In 2010 a first personal exhibition “Non-Apparent World” in the Triumph Gallery took place (curator Irina Meglinskaya). Arsen Revazov’s works are presently in museums and private collections in the USA, Central America, Europe and Russia. Since 2013 Arsen lives and works predominantly in Venice.
2010 – “Non-Apparent World” within the framework of a photo Biennale, Triumph Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
2010 – “Non-Apparent World”, the PhotoCenter Exhibition Hall. Moscow, Russia.
2010 – “Non-Apparent World”, Meglinskaya Gallery, Contemporary Art Center “Winzavod”. Moscow, Russia.
2011 – “Uncrumpled Sheets of Venice” (within the framework of the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art).
2012 – “One by Two” (1:2), Triumph Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
2013 – “Because the World Is Round”, Gallery of Classical Photography. Moscow, Russia.
2015 – “Italy From the Fourth Dimension”, ar33studio, Venice, Italy. “4D”, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia (within the framework of the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art).