LAURENT DEQUICK

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Der Künstler

Laurent Dequick is a professional architect in his forties. His photographic work has been influenced by architecture, since it is primarily focused on ideas surrounding the contemporary city and more specifically, urban sprawl. The photographer’s message is to accurately convey the impression of freneticism stemming from population density and activity in urban zones: “As you walk down the street, the lights, noises, traffic, hustle and bustle, and mix of smells are so striking that no single shot could capture all of it. So do we have to make choices? I don’t think so and I don’t want to.” To convey in images this “congestion” of urban life, Laurent Dequick does not hesitate to juxtapose, superimpose, or imbricate his shots. He fits together photographs representing architectural complexes, highways, and people, all with the same intensity. He condenses the images like the city condenses the sum of the lives of all of its inhabitants. His style is reminiscent of cubism in its rendering that verges on abstraction in its representation of constant motion.  ... Mehr sehen Weniger sehen

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As you walk down the street, the lights, noises, traffic, hustle and bustle, and mix of smells are so striking that no single shot could capture all of it. So do we have to make choices? I don’t think so and I don’t want to.

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Times Square, in the heart of Manhattan, was thus named in reference to the former head-office of the New York Times which established itself there in 1904. Already at the beginning of the 20th century, a huge advertising board was installed on the façade of one of the buildings. Since then, Times Square, in succession a cultural centre with the Broadway theatres, a very dangerous zone after the Great Depression and lastly renovated in the ?90s, has remained a symbol of urbanism. Today, the countless neon billboards, whose space can be hired for 2 million dollars per year, make Times Square an icon of New York. Laurent Dequick continues with his work of the representation of urban space by photographing Times Square. The photographer chooses an unusual angle by exclusively supplying shots of ascending buildings. Faithful to his style, the photographer superimposes to give multiple images. He plays on the reflection of the glass surfaces on the façades to combine and infinitely repeat the advertising signs present on Times Square. Following the example of the champions of Pop Art, Dequick uses the codes of the city and advertising to invent a new image of this mythical area of New York.

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