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Fotofever in images

08 December 2016

For those of you who couldn't come and see us at Fotofever 2016, here is a recap of our participation in images ! Artistics was very much part of the recent 5th edition of Fotofever which was held in the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris from 11 to 13 November 2016. Here is a flashback on three days of enthusiastic exchanges for the work of, and in the presence of three of our photographers !

 

 

 

German photographer Klaus Kampert proposed a dialog between his different series, particularly Porcelain, Torsi, Tribute to Modigliani, Wrapped, Ballet Calendar and On Body Forms… Large Format : photo from the series More Typographic Creations.

 

 

British photographer Gina Soden presented a selection of works from her travels across Europe in search of abandoned places : A chapel in Poland (Kaplika), a hospital in Germany (Klinik and Care Home), a power station in Germany (Control Room), a school in Belgium (School Corridor), a dilapidated German mine (Mine Changing Room II), and a factory in Italy (Chemical Plant)

 

 

Four miniatures of the series Barentsburg and Pyramid give an insight into the work of Christian Houge in these two former Soviet mining towns. Two large format  photographs are issued from the series Arctic Technology.

 

 

Sunday morning, Christian Houge was invited to 'café-rencontre' which was part of the VIP program, along with Danish photographer Carsten Ingemann and Polish photographer Tomasz Wysocki. Providing him with the opportunity to expand on his approach to the collectors present and to give a retrospective of his work of 15 years in the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. The two series emerging from his repeated stays there under very arduous conditions, Barentsburg/ Pyramid and Arctic Technology, were presented on the Artistics stand.

 

 

  

 

If you couldn't make it to Fotofever 2016 and having read this article you would like to see some of the works displayed 'live', please contact us (+33) 01 40 28 92 28. We'll try and organize a private viewing in our Paris offices.

  

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