Exhibition Fe2O3 | Precisions on Corrosion
- From 01/12/2013 to 22/12/2013 at 14:00
- Duration : 1H00
Please find hereafter the pictures featured in my exhibition:
"I am pleased to discover his talent as a photographer. I love his very conception of pictorial photography. As a painter, he first has an inner vision of what he wants to show us. His pictures, very well structured with a good mastery of color and geometric shapes are a reflection of his imagination: they give us to dream."
pianist and organist , former program director of TV5 Monde and director of cultural relations France Télévisions.
Author of the book "La passion prédominante de Janine Reiss : la voix humaine"
"Fe2O3 | Details of Corrosion"
From 1st to 22nd December 2013
Considering the often photographed elements of oxidized metal, Egrégor decided to dig deeper. It seems that his passion for passing time is expressed in this exhibition, which is a zoom of the time that attacks materials. The colors, the textures are all beauties that emerge and fascinate. Marvel at the beauty of the rust that we are trying to stop as well as we try to hide the wrinkles that appear on our faces, that however do not detract from the charm of the character. On the contrary, they reflect his experience. When he discovered with great interest the exhibition Edward Burtynsky at the Photographer's Gallery in London, he decided to finally embark on the adventure of exhibition. The photographs show only Egregor's reality despite very first pictorial impression. Knowing how to look differently and at other scales to better understand the matter around us and find the light and color where you least expect it. Only thanks to the photographer, " Fe2O3 | Details of Corrosion" highlights a world oh so colorful and catchy, and sweeping the dirty and sad rust dull image.
"Twilight is so beautiful, but doomed to oscurity"
Li Shangyin ( 813-858 )
"Photographing the last time of the day or the imminence of decay is also a way to capture the beauty of what is lost"
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