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LUDWIG FAVRE

ICONIC PALM-SPRINGS

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Born in Senlis in 1976, Ludwig Favre now lives and works in Paris. Art history, multimedia and audiovisual studies trained the photographer's eye, sensitive to the reproduction of picturesque landscapes. He has travelled widely, particularly between France and the United States. In New York, he allows himself to be surprised by the stunning infrastructure of the city and, whenever he gets the chance, reveals a vision oscillating between dynamism and serenity. Particularly attracted to life by the seaside, the photographer has also travelled off the Côte d’Argent. There, he photographed all the splendour of the seaside, lulled by the soft morning light and the gentle sound of waves.  ... See more See less

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« J’aime tout ce qui est disproportionné, choses que l’on retrouve dans mes photos urbaines où l’humain n’est qu’une part infime de la photo afin de remettre à sa place la nature de la photo. »

LUDWIG FAVRE

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Among all the subjects that he has photographed, Ludwig Favre has a particular fondness for the vast landscapes of the United States. Particularly appreciating the low rays of the evening and morning, in the golden hours, the artist applies a somewhat nostalgic soft tonality to his photographs. In southern California, Palm Springs, in the middle of the desert, was first immortalised by Robert Doisneau in 1960 as part of a report for Fortune magazine on the construction of a golf field. This spectacular oasis of greenery is nestled into the hollow of the valley of Coachella, with its huge palm tree, wide rectilinear avenues, and mountain backdrop. The region also hosts some of the most elegant architecture of the twentieth century. Considered one of the best examples of modernism in the desert, this home was designed by Richard Neutra in 1946 for the magnate of large department stores, Edgar J Kaufmann, who had also commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build the emblematic Fallingwater in Pennsylvania ten years earlier.

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07 March 2019

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