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Edition of 174.0 x 54.0 cm?
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Romain Bonnet

Romain Bonnet manipulates, treats and retreats his photographs with the help of specialized software to achieve the results he aspires. For connoisseurs, he plays mainly with fusion masks and brushes, seeking to make effects close to painting. He thus succeeds in obtaining the desired shades and effects.
A new artistic practice for new projects
Former professional guitarist of Flamenco, Romain Bonnet immersed himself in a new artistic project that has always been close to his heart. The photographs representing women serve him most of the time as a support to express his ideas and his inspiration: "I have no routine or artistic ritual in my creations. Just like a musician (which I have been) I leave A large place to improvisation ". An "controlled" improvisation, with always an idea or a message to convey.
Highlighting female portraits
Thus, his creations bring an aura of mystery, fueled by the digital effects. The subject often fixes the spectator, letting him plunge into this unreal look. The face lets itself be seen, framed and eaten away by the decor. The features mix, alter the reality that we recognize, that of the woman, to make room for a raw expression. Women, young, beautiful and smooth skin, then gain texture. Their inaccessible beauty status disappears under the profane attacks of painting. Paradoxically, they acquire a new materiality in this approach; Leaving an important place to their initial magnificence, while captivating it with micro-imperfections.
But other inspirations also bring it to photographic manipulation. He works and intensely modifies several photographs to compose a scene that will become his cliché, allowing him to deal with everyday life subjects in a surreal and artistic way.
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