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LAURENT NIVALLE

NYC BUILDING

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Laurent Nivalle is surely the most American of French photographers. Intimately connected to the city of New York, he takes photographs that convey the grandeur and diversity of its urban landscape, both day and night. His aesthetic sense, combined with his mastery of the tools of digital creation, allow him to give a highly detailed rendering to the images and to showcase the graphic qualities of the North American architecture he encounters. A photographer inspired by the great masters of portraiture, he is also attracted to the world of cinema. He thus develops contrasted and nuanced images that are reminiscent of film posters. The buildings with exterior staircases are characteristic of New York architecture in the collective imagination, and symbolise the bygone era of the post-war years, but also American cult films and popular series.

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As artistic director of the Citroën group for 13 years, 39 year-old Laurent Nivalle stood out from the crowd at Citroën. With the look of a rocker, permanently in jeans, he walks briskly along the corridors of the Vélisy Villacoublay site. Always on the go, this lover of the acoustic guitar has pursued his goals flawlessly. Instinct and a tendency to think outside the square have earned him a reputation as both the mascot of Citroën's style department and as a free agent. This is an ideal position for this artist, whose freedom is a major asset. Down to earth, full of humour, yet ambitious, Laurent Nivalle saunters through life with his 5D slung over his shoulder, capturing everything that moves… Today, he produces all of the images for the Citroën Style department, as well as the marketing films for the DS and Citroën trademarks… He is making his own… mark!His clear, personal and uncompromising work makes him one of the most coveted of photographers, not only within the automobile sector, but also in the world of haute couture and prêt à porter. His unique brand of colour rendering is his trademark, as demonstrated again here in this superb Le Mans Classic series.  ... See more See less

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