Tag Archives: French photographers

PHOTOGRAPHICALLY, BETWEEN TRAVEL DIARIES AND PHOTOGRAPHY – Lise Sarfati, a photographic perception on the border between reality and fiction

An attentive woman, between feminine identity and geography Blending reality and fiction, her deceptively simple photographs contain an air of mystery that she captures using her camera to capture the intricacies of time and place. Her photographs, simple on first viewing, have a quality that come merging of portraiture and snapshot. She is currently represent by Rose Gallery in Los …

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MICRO PHOTOGRAPHIC STORIES, STARTING FROM CHARACTERS AND SITUATIONS – Willy Ronis: raptures in front of reality, observing peoples brotherhood

Interest in the human condition and everyday life Willy Ronis https://huxleyparlour.com/artists/willy-ronis/ was the son of Ukrainian emigrants who settled in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, where his father opened a photo studio. Although he hoped to become a composer, he enrolled in the faculty of law, until he had to help his father in the work, without however interest in …

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