In New York, Gitterman Gallery presents an exhibition of vintage photographic work from the 1960s-1970s by Jean-Pierre Sudre (1921–1997). A masterful technician in the darkroom, Jean-Pierre Sudre was enamored by the wonders of nature and the possibilities of photography. In the late 1950s his began to employ and create innovative techniques to amplify the abstract and visualize the building blocks of nature. This exhibition features these abstractions which exemplify his wonderment as well as his spiritual and metaphysical concerns. His investigation began in the early 1950s photographing the dense forest floor. These photographs emphasize the infinite textures and patterns of […]
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