About thirty photographs are exhibited in the rooms on the ground floor of the museum. With a personal approach to portraiture, Denis Dailleux plays with light and shadow to offer poignant shots.
Between colors, flowers and smells, India tells its story and weaves an immediately recognizable iconography. Tribute to the India year of the perfumer Fragonard, the photographic work of Denis Dailleux is of the essence.
Made in India, using a 6 × 6 film camera, the photographer’s compositions are perfectly arranged bouquets of scents and colors where men, women and flowers pose in turn.
Denis Dailleux looks at them with a sensitive, loving gaze. From the fragility of life and plants, he exalts an incredible beauty. His photographs are poems.
Denis Dailleux : Portraits en fleurs
from June 4 to October 2, 2022
Hôtel de Villeneuve
14, rue Jean Ossola