The Ritual


Created By: Ilya Falchevsky

Photography: Black & White, Digital

Size: 21 x 21 cm




Photography: Black & White, Digital
Size: 21 x 21 cm

“A ritual is the enactment of a myth. And, by participating in the ritual, you are participating in the myth. And since myth is a projection of the depth wisdom of the psyche, by participating in a ritual, participating in the myth, you are being, as it were, put in accord with that wisdom, which is the wisdom that is inherent within you anyhow. Your consciousness is being re-minded of the wisdom of your own life. I think ritual is terribly important.”
― Joseph Campbell

All limited edition prints are signed by the artists and we send them out on a first come, first serve basis.
Printed on Hahnemuhle® Photo Rag Baryta® – 315gsm, 100% cotton paper

Standard prints are printed on 260gsm Canon Satin photo paper.

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Artist Info

At the tender young age of ten years old, Ilya Falchevsky began his journey experimenting with structures and composition. His obsession was born from collecting a cornucopia of street materials and rare urban objects which would become one of his many experiments in sculptural and photo art.

Even then, Ilya understood that investing in such an abundance of street material was not a wasted effort, as these items of found scrap would help him realise his inner world through the prism of his unbounded vision and expression. This was inevitably influenced by the reality surrounding human nature.

Ilya created his own universe which has since expanded into a macrocosm of new galaxies, laden with infinite artistic possibilities through his light box installations, sculpture, music and photography. He discovered that these presented a portal to a particular moment relating to his mental state. These would provide a piece of that very moment. This, in turn, would be recorded in a special projection chiffonier in a process akin to unique ritualistic initiation through life lessons, luck and mistakes, he continues to gain knowledge which feeds into his works.

To date, Ilya had a number of successful private and group exhibitions in both Riga, New York and London.

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