What could be nicer than a beautiful body? I always thought that bodies were poetic, that every line, every curve, every point, every defect, were the words of a composition.
Vadim Stein is a Ukrainian photographer who has a past in theaters, where the body becomes the protagonist, where it becomes explicit and becomes a word through dance. Vadim Stein is also a man with an obsession, a faith indeed: the search for beauty.
“Solving the aesthetic problem, I also reveal many ethical questions. For me, such things as love and death are revealed through the aesthetic category, beauty is the predecessor of ethics”.
Beauty precedes lytic according to that same idea, somewhat ancient perhaps, that beauty is also good, kalós kaì agathós. Because there is nothing more beautiful than a beautiful body.