Graphis Master Parish Kohanim, along with Joe Lee and Ricardo de Vicq de Cumptich incorporate fashion, lore, and dance into their tantalizing photography
Photography dabbles in multiple iterations and disciplines. Whether it be dance or high fashion, photography knows no ends, much like film has no clear cut boundaries of genre. Artists intertwine, coalesce, oscillate and merge them into new viewpoints and perspectives, rarely settling in one spot or another for long. Therefore, the possibilities become endless.
Graphis Master Parish Kohanim has explored a myriad of different kinds of photography over the years. From nudes and portraits to architectural and stills, Kohanim has worked tirelessly to explore every facet of photography. Adding to that list is dance. His arresting Luminosa (ABOVE), is a wondrous work that beckons one to remember a time in which liberalist government was new, the arts were encouraged, and boundaries between sex were eroding. Appearing to be inspired by some middle ground between Weimar Republic artistry and the surrealist imagery of Luis Buñuel, Kohanim has truly recreated a boulevard of love, optimism and the new.