Alexander Aizenshtat evokes curiosity.
His work reminds us that even themost ordinary and known possesses an elusive depth. With the strokes of hisnimble brush, he casts a deliberate spotlight on the familiar, but in doing socalls our attention not only to the subject, but, to the shadows that surroundthem; to what remains beyond our perception.
He passes no judgment,rather, rejects the very idea of the obvious or mundane.
He posits theexistence not of deception or veiled secrets, rather, of layers, of complexity, of life.