This photograph belongs to the ?Aether? series, consisting of fragile, almost ethereal representations, of elements that we see every day, without necessarily taking the time to contemplate them. Florian Müller presents a singular approach to photography through the attention that he brings to bear on the rendering of form and colour. Verging on abstraction, his compositions nonetheless allow us to catch a glimpse of the horizons of landscapes such as sunsets, seascapes, or clouds. According to the photographer, this tendency towards abstraction must not be seen as an alternative to reality, but instead as a representation of the substance of things, which should call on emotion and on the spectator?s subjective perception. In a society dominated by the search for perfection and in which images unfold endlessly, the artist does not want to impose a finite image on spectators, but rather to draw them outside of their usual schema of perception, calling on their imagination: by completing something absent in their minds, spectators can associate what they see with emotions or memories.
|Classique, Selection, Grand format||10€|
|Géant, Collector, Exception||79€|
"Né en 1874, Maurice-Louis Branger débute comme photographe dès 1895, et crée à Paris vers 1905 l'agence de reportage Photopresse. Photographe polyvalent et très actif, il couvre les principaux évènements de la vie parisienne. "Grand reporter", il est l'un des rares photographes à se rendre sur les lieux de la Première Guerre des Balkans en 1913. De retour en France, il photographie la Première Guerre mondiale et ses conséquences."