The Landscape Portraits In Twenty-first Century

The Landscape Portraits In Twenty-first Century

Under his classical, explicit reference to art history, the exhibition shows how the so-called genres of landscape portraits remain highly topical.

The portraits, made by Valerie Belin, Mohamed Bourouissa Denis Darzacq, Véronique Ellena, Fréger, Gonnord Peter, Philip, Ream, Isabelle Waternaux, reflect the diversity of contemporary society and a quest for identity of its various components under a multitude of issues, whether social, cultural, ethnic, economic or geographic.
The landscapes of Eric Aupol, Florence Chevallier, Stéphane Couturier, Thibault Cuisset, Guillaume Lemarchal, Eric Poitevin and Jean-Luc Tartarin are not manufactured but each have their specificity.
They are part of al global vision that photographers can have their environment or aspects of it that they decided to explore. The exhibition of landscape portraits highlights the similarities that emerge between the images shown in these two worlds, who, each in their own way, provide a profile of the world around us.
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