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GUILLAUME DUTREIX

MORNING GLORY

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For Guillaume Dutreix, electronic music and photography are similar in their creative process. Whether it be existing sounds to be harmonised through a synthesiser or raw coverage to be assembled using retouching software, the result is the same, and the artist enjoys experimenting with these elements using a computer, like a chemist in a lab. Through careful work and an unrivalled degree of precision, he composes perfect melodies and images. When taking photographs of urban landscapes for his Instagram account on a daily basis, Guillaume Dutreix already has an image in mind, inspired by an emblematic site or an architecturally interesting building. He then waits for the opportune moment to go there, when the lighting exposure is at its most flattering. He seems to be continually reinventing reality, providing intriguing points of view in his images. Manhattan Bridge paints an extraordinary portrait of the famous suspension bridge over East River, which seems to leap up from between the buildings.

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At just 36 years of age, French photographer Guillaume Dutreix has already experienced several incarnations. A successful musician with the band Teenage Bad Girl, he produced two albums of electronic music and performed in over 200 concerts worldwide. Since 2011, after attending a technical course at the Gobelins in Paris, he decided to definitively trade his synthesisers for a camera. He inherited the talent of his amateur photographer grandfather, who developed his own portraits. It was also thanks to his avid frequentation of museums that the young photographer trained his eye and learned to compose his frames, lighting, and stagings with a concern for balance and extreme precision. With over 110 000 subscribers to his Instagram account, Guillaume Dutreix has carved out a niche for himself among the world? leading photographers. His images are not however confined to the web, they have been published in architecture magazines and exhibited in France and Belgium.  ... See more See less

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