Photo Vivienne, a new photo gallery founded by Joseph Delarue (co-founder of Photo Vintage) and Christophe Lunn, is exhibiting works from Carrie Solomon and Julien Fouin’s Saveurs Sauvages (Keribus Editions / Rouergue). The exhibition features a selection of Solomon’s still lifes, which she approaches unpretentiously through the theme of hunting. The artist offers a portrait of the great chefs, showcasing local game and products in the style of 17th-century Flemish paintings. Solomon reveals the expertise of each chef the way a palette reveals a painter.
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