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LUDWIG FAVRE

MOLITOR SUMMER TIME

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El artista

Born in Senlis in 1976, Ludwig Favre now lives and works in Paris. Art history, multimedia and audiovisual studies, but also the transmission of a passion between a father and his son were the means that trained the photographer’s eye, sensitive to the reproduction of picturesque landscapes. Photographic practice allows Ludwig Favre to record “slices of life” that he likes to capture in a spontaneous way, on his many travels. Notably the ones produced between France and the United States, where he feels at home. In New York in particular, Ludwig Favre allows himself to be surprised by the stunning infrastructure of the city, which is like none other. Whenever he has the chance, he reveals a vision that is both dynamic and serene. Winner of the Geo Prize in 2015, his images have been shown in Paris, Sydney, Seoul, New York, and Los Angeles. They have also been used by the major brands Bauer Media Group, Visa Platinum, L’Oréal, and the US Open.  ... Ver más Ver menos

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Sobre la obra

Parisian swimming pools are the focus of a new photographic project by Ludwig Favre. Built in 1929 by architect Lucien Pollet, the Molitor pool in the Art Deco style is one of the finest examples of architectural heritage in the 16th arrondissement. Once nicknamed "the white ocean liner", it marked Parisian life with its avant-gardist atmosphere. Closed in 1989 when it was deemed too rundown, it only reopened in 2014, in the form of a luxury hotel. Today, the Molitor pool is listed as a historic monument of France.

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23 julio 2019

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