Parisian photographer Louise Skira has worked primarily in black and white photography since the age of sixteen. In her exhibition TRIPTYQUE, she brings together three series around the theme of movement and travel, a journey from reality to abstraction: Roaming – Lazarus / Stations – Interior Room. 30 argentic photographs, taken between 2004 and 2018 which have a close relationship with the place: the place to which one belongs, the place that one frequents to leave, the real and imaginary place that one discovers while traveling. Louise Skira was born in 1985 in Paris where she lives and works. Daughter of a painter, artistic practice was quite naturally for her a form of language and expression. It has now been over 18 years since she chose the photographic medium as her form of expression. The photo then allows her to make an image of an interior and imaginative world, which could not have been seen in another way. It is the intermediary between a psychic and intimate world and visual reality. After a first exhibition in Paris in 2009, she...
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