Victor Ribas is a
professional artist, director, member of both the International and the Russian
Unions of Journalists. He works with the new visuality in photographic and
He invented the technique of fractal abstract photography, which is now known as the “Ribas method”: photography is carried out without lighting, and object’s shape is revealed by a laser beam moving in the artist’s hands.
The artist obtains images by strictly photographic methods, without computer processing.
The innovative photographic works by Viktor Ribas express extreme sensations of modern life, that cannot be described with previously known techniques of painting, drawing and photography.
Being the signs of our time, they are readily acquired for collections of private and public-owned museums, become bases of academic research in modern philosophy and art studies, and influence artwork of other photographers and artists in Russia and abroad.
The first exhibition of works done in this technique took place in 2008 in Karlsruhe (Germany).
Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), 2009, 2012
Moscow Museum of Modern Art MMOMA (Moscow), 2009
Contemporary Art Museum ART4.ru (Moscow), 2008
Russian Museum of Decorative-Applied and Folk Art, 2010
Latfullin Museum of Modern Art
Kolodzei Art Foundation (NY), 2011
Zverev Art Center (Moscow), 2009
V. bondarenko, 2012
Luciano Benetton Collection