The French Denis Rouvre and the Dutch Daniëlle van Zadelhoff show portraits in a duo exhibition at Paris Photo 2018 , the most prestigious photo art fair in the world. Paris Photo takes place from 8 to 11 November at the Grand Palais in Paris. You can find Project 2.0 / Gallery at booth C03.
Project 2.0 / Gallery is proud to be once again admitted to the most important photography fair in the world. Coen van den Oever owner of Project. 20 / Gallery from Den Haag explains ‘’Paris Photo, has grown over the past 21 years into the largest photography fair in the world. Exhibiting at Paris Photo is therefore a crown on the work of every photographer and gallery. More than 145 galleries from all over the world show historical and contemporary works here, and we are allowed to participate for the second time after a strict selection.’’
The exhibitions at Paris Photo range from solo and group exhibitions, large formats and installations, series, moving images and high-quality photo books. It is the meeting place for artists and traders, but certainly collectors, art lovers and museum directors. Project 2.0 / Gallery shows the works of two important artists. These are the works of photographers Denis Rouvre and Daniëlle van Zadelhoff.
Denis Rouvre is a French portrait photographer of world renown with an impressive portfolio. His honors list includes a Sony World Photographer Award, Hasselblad Master Award and a World Press Photo Award and various festivals such as Recontre d’Arles and solos in museums such as Pinacotheek Paris. Denis has exhibited all over the world and many celebrities have posed for his camera. His portraits do not tell a story. Instead, they capture the visible details of a gesture, an emotion. He knows how to record this in his unique way. That makes him one of the most renowned photographers of our time.
Daniëlle van Zadelhoff photographs from her fascination with the inner nature of man.
She works purely intuitively and strives to freeze an emotion in time. Het photography contains a tension that does not go unnoticed. She offers her observer raw emotions in a beautiful play of light and dark. The portraits she captures, eyes measured and complicated. However, they are never preconceived or drawn up according to a predefined plan. During the shooting, Daniëlle looks for the major themes in daily life, such as loneliness and vulnerability.
What these two artists have in common is for each of them a special way of using the light with its own identity, therefore the duo show ‘’Masters of Light’’ at Paris Photo will be spectacular.