Florence Henri • Guardian

Monday, 2 March 2015

“[Yuri Kozyrev’s] rehearsed skill is that of quickly capturing spectacular moments to fulfil the requirements of action photography, and yet this perfect moment might just have been created randomly as the camera rattled off ten raw image files per second. No additional levels of meaning open up beyond that of the rebel’s energetic will to fight. The picture is actually more closely related to what Benjamin calls ‘frozen unrest’.” Christina Zück • Frieze