LUDWIG FAVRE

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L'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.  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

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I love cities, smells, noise, the atmosphere that is different every time. I love places with a soul and a story to tell. Through the diversity of perspectives of constructed space that it offers, photography allows us to bear witness ot the world we live in.

LUDWIG FAVRE

Sull'opera

Among all the subjects that he has had to photograph, Ludwig Favre has a particular fondness for the city of New York and the major 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 that evokes the passage of time. He gets up at dawn to capture New York emptied of its tourists and to await its first workers. The neighbourhood of Times Square represented in this photograph is always full of lively hustle and bustle. Hundreds of taxis file past at all hours of the day and night in a very special atmosphere, made of neon lights and billboards. In the footsteps of the avant-gardist Ernst Haas who transformed New York into a legendary city with his first colour photographs in the 1950s, Ludwig Favre helps us experience the excitement of the megalopolis, in search of the American way of life.

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31 marzo 2017

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