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    I was always fascinated by the photography but more particularly by the exercise of the portrait. This interest comes because of the expression o… Read More
    I was always fascinated by the photography but more particularly by the exercise of the portrait. This interest comes because of the expression of the face captured over the moment. The movement of eyes, mouth and the lines of the face generally allow almost to read in the thought of the subject, or to extrapolate on its past, futur life. The MUG SHOTS (or police photographs) really synthesize this idea, they are often persons with strong personalities, very meaning faces thus very interesting to study and to draw. - Once the drawing done, I wanted to expose it in the street to bring out the subject of the anonymity, give him a place and an identity (when on the photo he is just a series of figures among the others). Serie of 2 drawings: - First one drawn with a black ball-point pen, lead pencil, white paper. 2010, size 30x20cm. - Second one drawn with a Rotring pen (India ink) on a grey cartboard, lead pencil. 2010, size 70x50cm. Size of the posters: 120x85cm. Read Less
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All you can "read" in a mug shot

I was always fascinated by the photography but more particularly by the exercise of the portrait. This interest comes because of the expression of the face captured over the moment. The movement of eyes, mouth and the lines of the face generally allow almost to read in the thought of the subject, or to extrapolate on its past, futur life. The MUG SHOTS (or police photographs) really synthesize this idea, they are often persons with strong personalities,
very meaning faces thus very interesting to study and to draw.
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Once the drawing done, I wanted to expose it in the street to bring out the subject of the anonymity, give him
a place and an identity (when on the photo he is just a series of figures among the others).


Serie of 2 drawings:
- First one drawn with a black ball-point pen, lead pencil, white paper. 2010, size 30x20cm.
- Second one drawn with a Rotring pen (India ink) on a grey cartboard, lead pencil. 2010, size 70x50cm.

Size of the posters: 120x85cm.




First drawing, Weird, black ball-point pen, lead pencil, white paper. 2010, size 30x20cm.





Second drawing, Midwest 50's, with a Rotring pen (India ink) on a grey cartboard, lead pencil. 2010, size 70x50cm.





Poster stuck in Charlot street, Paris, 2010
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