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Le temple des Buttes Chaumont - Paris

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Jerome LeTellier

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2005

Fine art paper

Edition of 20

Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 1.5cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.6" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Jerome works his photographs with his Leica and traditional B/W films. It does not use support such as Photoshop. Only the study of the landscapes and the patience allows him to capture the lights, he can stay a morning or a day before having the perfect image without human.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1967

Hometown: Paris

Based in: Paris

Jérôme LeTellier’s ethereal and mystical photographs are focusing on the timelessness of garden, in which human beings are absent. They take on a life and presence of their very own, at times evoking a world of mystery. He began his career photographing art, a subject that took him to the Rothschild Collection in Waddesdon Manor then onto the United States to the Getty Center in Los Angeles and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Spend your childhood in the grip of one of the most beautiful romantic parks in Europe, even disappeared - that of Queen Hortense in Saint Leu la Forêt - a print forever in Jerome Le Tellier the taste of arts, heritage and gardens. First an art photographer, he worked in England (Rothschild Collection of Waddesdon Manor and the United States Getty Center in Los Angeles, New York Museum of Modern Art). His interest in large classical gardens led him to create a set of forty photographs of the Villarceaux estate that he presented on site in 2003 and a work on the theme of Writers Houses that he exhibited in 2005 to the Regional Council of Ile-de-France. Classic, timeless, a nostalgic or melancholic nothing, his views devoid of all human presence track down the mystery of the spirit of the time of his moment of ostentation. Photographer "after the party" Jérôme Le Tellier says "closer to the poetics of the ruins of Hubert Robert than the gallant parties of Watteau". Placing himself in ambush, he gives us, calm, rested, filtered, traces of happiness torn from the precipice of a modernity voluptuously remotely.


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