In her latest series, ‘Rococo’, Australian fine art photographer Alexia Sinclair has gone back to the 18th Century, and the Court of Versailles with the protagonist, the flamboyant Madame de Pompadour. Alexia is one of the most exciting, and exacting, photo-media artists at work today. In addition to her individual artworks, she and her producer, and husband, James Hill also create behind-the-scenes videos that demonstrate how these modern day masterpieces come together. For ‘Rococo’ they have also created a short clip that captures the essence of the era with all the production values of a period film.
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