Art Trope Gallery is delighted to present the new works by Photographer Artist
The artist dedicates his photographic works to serving collective consciousness. His aim is to document wildlife and connect people to unspoilt landscapes. The composition of his photographs leads the viewer into a lunar world. By offering both captivating and terrifying locations, the artist strives to create a balance between celestial and earthly features. Through his lens, the sky takes part in mankind’s great mystery.
Nathan Soulez-Larivière developed a particular interest in wildlife as a child. While studying cinema at the Université de Montréal, he began to use images as a means of expression, exploring various regions of the Canadian provinces and the Far North, and later Latin America (Peru and Bolivia). His photographs reflect his sensitivity to cultural diversity and the beauty of nature. The images he returned from these expeditions formed his first artistic photographic series.
His works are part of private collections in Europe.
Through his minimalist shots, the landscapes take on lunar shapes. Each texture has its own color.
The ocean brings up special feelings. The fresh wind lightly controls the current, the fusion of water into ice and the rare sound of Nature rebelling. It’s all there for a moment of freedom.
From mountains to forests, from sand to blue desert, people adapt and connect to their environment.
“Each drop of sap contains the wholeness of the entire tree.” I wanted to be inspired by the human need for “consistency” and “detachment” from the natural world. Patches of fields, cut off by major roads, the perfect linearity of crops, wasteland, lettuce and potatoes, then wasteland again. These photographs were taken from a microlight.