Exhibition at Ekaterinbourg

Around the World in 80 Days - ВОКРУГ СВЕТА ЗА 80 ДНЕЙ

Around the World in 80 Days (on the novel by Jules Verne) is an exhibition directed by Artem Berkovich, curator in non-profit photography gallery of Mart Photography Center located at Ekaterinbourg (Russia).

On May 18TH 2017, the Around the World in 80 Days photo show represents 27 photographers from 13 countries (National Geographic and International Photography Award prize-winners among them). The photographs tell about the people, the cities, countries and continents that the characters of Jules Verne’s adventure novel visited: India, Hong Kong, Japan, Pacific Ocean, etc. The curator, Artem Berkovich, selected 8 photographies of mine for this great exhibition.

Exhibition of Mart Photography Center © Photo: Artem Berkovich, May 2017.

Exhibition of Mart Photography Center © Photo: Artem Berkovich, May 2017.

Figure of Hanuman, at Shadipur depot, Delhi.  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Sikhs from Amritsar  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Sapera from Varanasi  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Golden temple of Amritsar  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Dog and woman from Jodhpur  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Sadhu from Howrah, Kolkata  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Artist from Kathputli Colony slum, Delhi  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Sadhu from Varanasi  © Photo: Serge Bouvet

Exhibition of Mart Photography Center © Photo: Artem Berkovich, May 2017.

Thank you!

I am very honored that my work will be part of the exhibition Around the World in 80 Days at the Russian gallery of Mart Photography Center. I’m happy to share my vision of India together with National Geographic and International Photography Award prize-winners. 

Artem and the team of Mart Photography Center, thank you for this very professional event, which I feel honored to have been a part of.  

Photographies of India: Serge Bouvet
More information about this Russian exhibtion: http://8mart1.ru/exhibition.htm

Photographies of Mart Photography Center’s exhibition: Artem Berkovich
More information of Mart Photography Center: 8mart1.ru
More pictures of exhibition at: https://goo.gl/ag32sQ


Paris. May 18, 2017. I finished my corporate photographies in a consulting firm located in the district of Wagram. The cloudy sky was so low that it seemed to want to crush us.  A huge rainfall. On the Avenue des Champs Elysées, I was surprised by a fifteen-minute rain shower. No umbrella. No raincoat. I was lucky to have my camera. I took advantage of the excitement, the eagerness of passers-by to take as many photographs as possible. I took about 50 pictures. There’s something going on. There is a beginning of a cinematographic plot. To accentuate the dramatization of the rain, I used a flash to capture the strong shadows of the facial expressions. There is anxiety, fear and romantic excitement in her photos. I wish I had more time and rain to capture this little climatic outburst. To capture as many pictures as possible, I had to run. I had to move quickly.

Mathias Kiss x Auguste Comte

Mathias Kiss x Auguste Comte is the second installation of the collection « OUT OF TIME » by Mathias Kiss. 

Walking by the Rue Monsieur le Prince in Paris’ 6rd arrondissement, you might have noticed a «golden» installation on display in the house of the French philosopher who founded the discipline of praxeology and the doctrine of positivism, Auguste Comte. This is the work of the artist Mathias Kiss. By covering these objects from daily life with golden leaves such as a vacuum cleaner, rollerblades or a television, Mathias Kiss questions our perception of past and present and hypnotizes the spectator by his original work. 

Artiste : Mathias Kiss
Editeur : Studio de création Attilalou
Photo: Serge Bouvet
More informations about Mathias Kiss :  http://www.mathiaskiss.com/

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