Franck Bohbot

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Fairground people were amongst the first to understand the importance of marketing. To make their attractions more profitable they paid particular attention to visual effects. Merry-go-rounds and sweet stalls at fun fairs attract regulars through vividly coloured, bold decorations. Franck Bohbot’s photographs however also depict melancholy and are as much about sociology as aesthetics. Franck Bohbot emphasises symmetry with, like for most of his work, a strictly frontal viewpoint inspired by Bernd and Hilla Becher. He photographs public areas, almost void of human presence. He thus pursues his research on the relationship between individuals, space and constructions.

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225x150cm

Icon

19.5x13cm

Clásico

36x24cm

Colorful

48x32cm

Grande

90x60cm

Gigante

120x100cm

Colección

180x120cm

Excepción

225x150cm

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Franck Bohbot

Franck Bohbot nació en Longjumeau en 1980. Comenzó su carrera como fotógrafo de escenografías. Desde 2008, el artista ha dedicado su investigación artística a los paisajes urbanos. Particularmente, Bohbot está interesado en las relaciones entre los individuos y la arquitectura. Fotografía áreas públicas carentes de presencia humana. Adopta una perspectiva frontal y realza la casi perfecta simetría. Entonces estos lugares se vuelven inusuales y cautivadores tanto sociológica como estéticamente.

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