Alexander Petrosyan's street photographs have a strong emotional and sentimental component. Often they are shocking and at the same time paradoxal.
He captures unique moments and his attempt to escape from the routine of predicting meanings and traditional stereotypes results into comparisons of the incongruous and a new perception of the habitual.
To him, street photography allows us to better understand the world in which most of our lives take place... Now, such photos remain unnoticed and undervalued, but after a while they will be judged by posterity. And not the sugary-minimising crafts, which many are so used to admire, not all these 'eye-caressing' pictures, which are dominated by rattling techniques, technologies etc. will remain. Formal frills will inevitably go to waste, because of the future technical possibilities, all this will turn out to be a trifling archaic value.