Rouchon Paris honors the photographer Jérôme Sainte-Rose with the exhibition Brazilian Mix, a work of 3 portfolio collections at Studio Rouchon. Born in Paris, based in São Paulo for 17 years, Jérôme has been back in France since 2020. He began his career in photography at the Louis Lumière school. In 1985, he joined the Astre studio (Rouchon Paris) where he met photographers as an assistant to such as Bert Stern, David Bailey, Albert Watson, Bill King, Steven Silverstein. Jérôme combines his passion for travel and adventure with the realization of various photographic projects, such as his series in the Amazon. From Paris to L.A, from New York to São Paulo, through various editorials (Vogue Brazil…) and adventure companies. Jérôme has traveled the world, collaborating with many brands and personalities. Jérôme Sainte-Rose, an atypical photographer if there is one, has been photographing for many years the movement of his passions to the rhythm of his emotions. His photos have a clear connection with the ethnic admiration of distant tribes. Images of conquests where the strength of his vision blends. The colors are frank, powerful, energizing, often melted into a psychedelic decor, magnifying the subject, as if to glorify the moment captured and inscribe an expression in eternity. An almost hypnotic eye that transports you to the magic of its gaze. His imagination brings to surrealism a very special atmosphere between fusion and light. The artist is endowed with an aesthetic emotional intensity certainly linked to a rich and intense life that transports in its dimension.
Jérôme Sainte-Rose : Brazilian Mix
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