Until June 20, Galerie Plac Art, 12 rue de l’Eperon in the 6th arrondissement of Paris will show the latest photos of David Nissen. The latter presents them as follows: “… My images are full of paradoxes, contradictions and, above all, strong contrasts. I prefer to shoot at night using the available light, such as street lights or car headlights. Photography is where I can express all that I feel and think in my daily life … I present empty urban scenes reminiscent of movie sets. Behind this charged atmospheric typology lies a philosophical approach to loneliness … ” ...
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