Art-Trope continues its participation to the Paris Contemporary Art Show by YIA Art Fair by presenting 4 Photographers Artists from its community :
The prestigious fair continues with a special attention dedicated to Photography
While the FIAC has just ended, it is now the turn of PARIS PHOTO to take place under the nave of the Grand Palais.
Always at the core of this true artistic and cultural moment, the 18th edition of the Paris Contemporary Art Show by YIA Art Fair continues its development with a special attention dedicated to Photography. Presented in the prestigious and historic decor of the RIVOLI building, only a few meters from the Louvre Museum, and only 3 stations from the Avenue des Champs-Elysées and the Grand Palais, the artists of the selected galleries offer their photographic vision. On this occasion, Art-Trope, New Generation of Artists Agency, will represent 4 Artists from its community. Thanks to its association with ART FUTURE (Taipei) as well as with the main Societies of Friends of Museums in Paris such as the Centre Pompidou, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the Palais de Tokyo, the Fair gives a voice to well-known and emerging artists.
The 4 Photographers presented by Art-Trope
The photomontage reveals a work of correction of the perspectives. Guillaume Dimanche’s ones are based on the observation of the human and his actions on the landscape by means of digital tools. It expresses the contemporary through a particular photographic writing, poetic and musical, on these subjects. His creations, inspired by classical and contemporary works of Art history, are digital explorations. Guillaume Dimanche produces an image of the globalized world by describing the life and death of our contemporaries, our societies, from fables, legends, mythologies, and history.
Mary-Laëtitia Gerval’s artistic statement moves between reality and imagination. Multidisciplinary in her creation, she likes to combine and mix genres. There is not one technique in Art history that is better than the other. All means to express her vision are good. Thus, in her approach, she cultivates a modern vision of the codes of the artistic past. Since it is now allowed to retrieve all the most sensitive, positive historical information, without committing to the ideals it proposes; but making the most of each period, of what makes man a free man. It is her way of acting against the system.
Maribé is working on an artistic project that enables patients with different pathologies to transcend their pain by translating their medical history into images. Through a digital process of incrustations, it takes the viewer into a dream world that explores the connexions between body and mind and tries to contribute to the healing of the patients.
Lucie Ternisien develops her photography in the poetic, humanistic and emotional dimension of the reality she captures. Her photographs question the link between human beings and their environment, but also the link between spaces, objects and the void that inhabits it. It seeks to keep track of the poetry that fills the moment, the space, and create a different beauty, made by the subject and by his attitude, by what he embodies and symbolizes, also determined by the framing and the natural light.
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