Photography – and filmmaking – are great ways to express one’s artistic universe, style and signature.
I really enjoy discovering the works of Visual Artists, but also writers, because they unveil their worlds to us, they use tools in their own ways to depict what is in their mind.
They share their visions with us through their arts.
One artist illustrates perfectly what I described above: Sarah Moon.
Last month I visited her exhibition entitled PasséPrésent at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris. This exhibition was beautiful because it showed different pieces of work of Sarah Moon throughout her career, from photographies, films and books. And all these works were very recognizable thanks to her very particular signature and style: the skillful use of blur, transparency and deep colors. And timelessness.
her very particular signature and style: the skillful use of blur, transparency and deep colors. And timelessness.
From fashion photos to film photography and nature photography, this exhibition was very complete, and to a certain extend, very intimate because it allowed us to penetrate into the world of Sarah Moon and to see the variety of her artistic interests.
This exhibition was also very original because many of the pictures were centered around Sarah Moon’s movies presented in the exhibtion. They were like a continuity of these movies.
I also enjoyed the different formats of the pictures of this exhibition; some pictures were huge, and we could observe the details of Sarah Moon’s works, that was impressive.
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