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For more than twenty years, Quentin Bertoux has shot subjects ranging from to dance to architecture, cuisine to fashion, and human beings to still lives. In the soft light of his witty compositions, a still and mute take on life becomes a story for the trained eye. A cheeky semiologist, he illustrates ideas and sabotages the obviousness of a still life. ...Читать далее →
“Tout ce que je sais de l’espoir que je fonde sur l’amour, est que seulement une femme peut lui donner réalité.” René Magritte En pleine époque de clins d’oeil érotico-télévisuels, Alessio Delfino se protège des obsessions contemporaines en réalisant un fastueux “refroidissement” du nu. Après avoir dédié deux séries aux rapports entre le corps et la lumière, en obtenant de brillants résultats ...Читать далее →
Metamorphoseis is the latest photographic sequence in which Delfino brings together the art of body painting, the concept of the Greek Pantheon and the ancient tradition of death masks to fully experience the lost sense of ancestral and charismatic femininity manifest in the individual expressiveness of bodies. Totally against the practice of “constructing” beauty imposed by the fashion world, Delfino ...Читать далее →
Chan-Hyo Bae (1975- ) Born in Busan, South Korea. Lady Antonia Fraser begins the epilogue of her seminal 1969 biography on Mary, Queen of Scots with that ill-fated monarchs most famous words, spoken with pleading grandeur at her trial: Remember that the theatre of the world is wider than the realm of England. This notionthat the world and also history may ...Читать далее →
Serge Picard explores the various technical possibilities and limits of photogaphy: its production, its time, its decomposition, its space, and its eternalisation of faces. Easily transitioning from portrait to landscape, from nude to material studies, from colour to black and white, from Fresson printing to Polaroid negative, he treats his subjects with an endless depth, only wanting to better understand ...Читать далее →