The primary concept of this exhibition was to simulate that from death comes new life or in this case from destruction comes creation. Human kind cannot obtain anything without first giving something in return of equal value. As the pigment falls into the water, it is constantly creating/evolving into new forms while at the opposite end it is destroying itself.
In today's society people's spirits are constantly suppressed by all the rules in order for the modern world to function. We Set Sail's music allows people to tap into their inner emotions or in this case their inner "ANIMAL" spirit. The goal was to illustrate the different contrasts of the music by blending different animals with paint clouds. Predators were used to show the aggression within the music and grazing animals were used to show the more elegant side of it.
Djinane AlSuwayeh grew up in a household that was a concoction of cultures; French and Kuwaiti, Christian and Muslim, European and Middle Eastern. Reaction is a series referring directly to Djinane's identity; a French perspective on the aesthetics of movement of Arabic calligraphy.
Djinane AlSuwayeh grew up in a household that was a concoction of cultures; French and Kuwaiti, Christian and Muslim, European and Middle Eastern. Djinane was born and lived her artistic education in France; a cultural and artistic hub, boasting one of the world’s most creatively experimental capitals and yet was raised in Kuwait what is considered to be a late developing nation, with a sleepy and stagnant Fine Arts sector. Histoires Urbaines is a juxtaposed series of portraits of a city that inspired Djinane's creative process.
By observing people's lives, social perspectives and personal values, photographer found that people’s subjective consciousness often influence their judgment. Therefore, they would like to subvert viewpoints with the work, in order to present the different side of it. Just like this artwork, the photographer created a new scene and new meaning is given to the toilet seat. By doing so, the photographer wants to convey the idea that external value of an entity doesn't mean everything.
Yasumichi Morita's first photo exhibition was held in Paris. Themed on the concept of “Porcelain Nude”, not only photographs but also artworks collaborated with a French porcelain Bernardaud, original tables and chairs were exhibited. 21 photographs were finished in an atelie in France. All works were shot with Leica M9-P and Leica Macro-Elmar M F4/90mm.
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