Exhibition ’Jean-Marie Perrier. Couturier of French Photography » automatic translate
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One of the first projects that will open a new artistic season of the Center for Photography. brothers Lumiere, will be an exhibition of the master of the French photographic scene Jean-Marie Perrier. The author of the outstanding portraits of the stars of the world of music, cinema and fashion, Perrier worked for the most famous magazines and brands and created an impressive portrait gallery of celebrities of the 20th century.
A significant series of works at the exhibition will be a series, made by Perrier in the 90s - «World of Fashion Designers». It includes photographs of eminent fashion designers - Yves-Seine Laurent, Jean-Paul Gaultier, John Galliano, Vivienne Westwood and Kenzo - created by order of ELLE magazine. In these photographs, Perier’s attention to details is traced. As if not a photographer, but a couturier, Jean-Marie painstakingly builds each image, creating a skilful photographic collection.
At the exhibition will be presented more than 40 works of the author, many of which became iconic images of the era. The exhibition will include photographs from different periods, beginning with the first stages of Perrier’s career, when he was working in the popular French magazine Salut les Copains, dedicated to the musical youth culture of the 1960s, the shooting of the legendary Beatles and Rolling Stones in the first years of their rapidly growing popularity. In the 1960s, Perrier met and photographed the Beatles many times, especially for the Salut les Copains magazine. In 1966, Jean-Marie was asked to make several covers for the group’s albums. Among them - the famous photo, which adorned the single Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields Forever. The work is included in the exposition of the Center for Photography.
Before the lens of Perrier posed and the stars of world cinema. His works include portraits of Catherine Deneuve, Alain Delon, Jean Paul Belmondo, Benissio Del Toro, Sophia Loren, Monica Bellucci, Natalie Portman. But sometimes Jean-Marie changed the camera to a movie camera and himself created motion pictures. His authorship includes a number of documentary and television programs, as well as feature films, including «Antoine et Sebastien» (1974) with Francois Perrier and «Sale reveur» (1978) with Jacques Dutroncock and Lea Massari.
The author’s works were exhibited in museums and galleries around the world, including the USA (the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts (2008), the Portland Museum (2009), the Brooklyn Museum (2009), Germany (Stephen Hoffman Gallery (2008), Belgium ( Young Galerie (2007), Great Britain (Snap Galleries (2006), The Little Black Gallery (2017).
On September 21 at 19:00 the exhibition will be opened by Jean-Marie Perrier himself. On this day he will be able to meet and ask questions. The author will stay in Moscow on September 21, 22, 23.
September 22 at 19:00 Jean-Marie will conduct an artist-talk, which will tell you about the features of working with the stars. Also the author will present his book Jean Marie Perier and will sign it for everyone. And on September 23 at 15:00 Perier himself will conduct an excursion around the exposition. Limited number of seats!
Within the framework of the exhibition «Jean-Marie Perrier. Couturier of the French Photography «there will be guided tours and thematic lectures. For updates, follow the official website of the Center for Photography www.lumiere.ru.
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