The Clémentine de la Féronnière gallery, in collaboration with the Maison du Danemark and Lumières Nordiques, is hosting the photographs of three Danish women artists: Astrid Kruse Jensen, Rosalina Kruse Serup and Myne Søe-Pedersen, who live and work in Copenhagen. They are mostly pieces representative of their recent work and develop around different themes; but they also bear witness to an exercise in color that is specific to each of the three artists. If the whole outlines an approach to photographic creation in Denmark, we also see emerging a diversity of feminine sensibilities; techniques and formats are declined, which effects these photographers like to explore. Astrid Kruse Jensen creates an almost romantic climate in which monochrome subjects are shaped by light and sometimes tend to get lost in colored matter; Rosalina Kruse Serup’s compositions reflect the pleasure of playing with almost saturated colors and very graphic shapes; for Myne Søe-Pedersen, it is the visual invention and the diversity of her ideas that program each of her series of images. There are therefore three ways of appropriating photography and associating color with it. Gabriel...
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