FREDERIC FAURE

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Painting, sculpture, photography… Frédéric Faure has been immersed in the fine arts from a tender age. In the wake of an artist mother, he has developed his creativity and honed his artistic eye. Already, at the time, he “focused” on photography. He invested technically in 2010 in black-and-white traditional photography before devoting his time solely to digital some time later. Based in Marseille, he wanders the streets in search of authenticity. This perfectionist immortalises culture, habits, and customs… that he describes as “the spirit of the times”. To do so, he captures both fleeting moments of daily life and constructions designed and built on a different timescale: built to last. He then edits his vibrant shots in post-production. The retouching work on his photographs enables him to retain the essence of the subject and to invite audiences to think about the future of our modern world, and ourselves, by extension. Exhibited at the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles in 2017, the Marseille-based photographer heightens the everyday. In this way, he shows that, according to the way we observe the world, a seemingly banal object can prove to be deeply and intensely beautiful.  ... See more See less

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From 2016 to 2018, Frédéric Faure immortalised the architectural façades of the small town of Carnoux-en-Provence, doomed to eventually fall to dust. He created a surreal decor around his subjects. A Saharan desert rises up at the foot of the building, while the sky takes on a surprising colour. Here, the French artist pays tribute to the architecture of the small city in the south of France, but also to the influence of the Pieds-Noirs from Algeria and Morocco who settled there in the 1960s.

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06 December 2019

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