France

Diane Dal Pra And Services Généraux Create An Abstract, 3D-Rendered Artwork – Fine Art Photography Article

Diane Dal Pra And Services Généraux Create An Abstract, 3D-Rendered Artwork Dal Pra’s works are concerned with movement, bodies, and color; her artistic style is influenced predominantly by Renaissance period compositions. The artwork in question is inspired by the style of Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuși and depicts a faceless woman curled up in a ball, holding a vase of flowers that are positioned peculiarly atop a small mask. The joint effort brings together the ancestral medium of painting with the…

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No Tears For The Creatures Of The Night Is Berger&Berger’s Atmospheric Installation – Fine Art Photography Article

No Tears For The Creatures Of The Night Is Berger&Berger’s Atmospheric Installation Laurent P. Berger and Cyrille Berger, respectively a visual artist and an architect, are known for their fusing of multiple art forms within their interactive works. With a consistent emphasis on balancing light and visuals, the pair’s works invite viewers to engage the senses while interacting with the spaces they create. In ‘No Tears for the Creatures of the Night’, an ostensibly straightforward maze of gray walls made…

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The charming Passages of Paris – Photobook Photography Article

The charming Passages of Paris The secret passages of Paris are sometimes forgotten but they were once very important before the grands magasins (Like La Fayette & Printemps) take over. Built in the 1800’, they were good places for elites to escape the rain, darkness of the night and muddy streets. Those hidden passages were either dug through existing building or created as the buildings were constructed. Nowadays they are mostly used for toy stores and book shops. It’s such…

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The charming Passages of Paris – Photobook Photography Article

The charming Passages of Paris The secret passages of Paris are sometimes forgotten but they were once very important before the grands magasins (Like La Fayette & Printemps) take over. Built in the 1800’, they were good places for elites to escape the rain, darkness of the night and muddy streets. Those hidden passages were either dug through existing building or created as the buildings were constructed. Nowadays they are mostly used for toy stores and book shops. It’s such…

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15 Food to try in Paris – France – Photobook Photography Article

15 Food to try in Paris – France Did you know that the French gastronomy was added by the UNESCO to its lists of the worlds’ “intangible cultural heritage”?  Food lovers, take the opportunity of visiting Paris to try  one of the best food in the world!  I made a list of specialties to eat in Paris, it doesn’t include every specialty of course especially that it is very diverse. For every specialty, I added the best place where to…

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1 Week in PAris – Day 7 – Photobook Photography Article

1 Week in PAris – Day 7 Louvre Timing Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 9:00 – 17:45 Wednesday and Friday 9:00 – 21:45 Price 15 € Metro Palais royal –  Musee du Louvre (Metro 1 – 7) Louvre Rivoli (Metro 1)   Pont des Arts That’s the bridge connecting the louvre and the art school, where couples used to place locks on its side then throw the keys in the Seine. I think they removed literally tons of locks because the…

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