From Morocco and Australia to Paris and Shanghai, Olivier Dassault takes viewers with him on his travels, transporting them into astonishingly diverse settings. Observing the world, detecting its unexpected grace, quickly capturing it with his old Minolta camera, then laboring over the image to reveal its essence: this is how Olivier Dassault works. These photographs, where shapes and colors blend together, and the light seems to have been added with a paintbrush dipped in the sky, are reminiscent of the paintings of the masters of abstraction.
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