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Denouncing the homogenisation of contemporary images, Adam Regan goes against the grain and distances himself from the traditional representation that we have of the landscapes around us, presenting instead a highly poetic vision of them. His ?uvre appears to be the result of an inseparable encounter between photography and painting. Through a play of layering of angles of coverage, the interpretation of the image is visibly disturbed. This accumulation technique allows the photographer to reproduce the infinite movement of the merry-go-round. Up close, we might almost have the impression of vertigo or an atavistic return to childhood. This ride is available for children on the Hasting Pier in East Sussex, England. After a long period of reconstruction following a fire that devastated the pier in 2010, it reopened to the public in April 2016.

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Adam Regan began his career as a photographer's assistant and has always been attracted to the world of advertising. Seeing his dreams through to the end, the photographer worked for more than 20 years as an artistic and creative director for the advertising agencies TBWA, JWT, and The Ball Partnership in London, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, New York, Paris, and Chicago. Alongside his commercial activities, he was able to develop personal work from 2008 onwards. Passionate about photography since he was a teenager, he admired the power of the photographic image, discovering the work of photojournalists from the Magnum agency and particularly Don McCullin. Some of Adam Regan's photographs have won awards at the International Photography Awards (IPA) and the Prix de la Photographie (Px3). Recently, he won distinctions from Communication Arts, National Geographic Travel, and American Photographic Artists (APA). His images have been published in prestigious international publications such as Tatler , Outlook Traveler , and Elle Asia.  ... See more See less

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“Je suis tombée amoureux de la photographie lorsque j’étais encore une adolescente dans les années 1960, principalement dans les suppléments de magazines de “l’English Sunday”.”



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