Exhibition by photographer Nathan Soulez-Larivière
Breaking News : Photographer Nathan Soulez-Larivière‘s starts this new year of 2024 with a solo exhibition entitled “UTOPIA” from January 15 to 26, 2024 at the Cultural Center of Vaucresson, his beloved hometown.
The exhibition "Utopia" presents works created by Nathan Soulez-Larivière over the last five years. The Artist's photographs take you on a journey into your own utopia. From the need for balance in our lives to moments when we know we're in the right place at the right time, Utopia reveals amazing moments when time seems to be suspended. From sacred mountains to enchanted forests, from a sandy desert to a misty lake, the objects photographed are deeply connected to their surroundings. They are all one.
His figurative photographs harmonize materials and colors, transporting the viewer into a chimerical, lunar world of utopia. Nathan Soulez-Larivière’s works are both poetic and minimalist, where the small is often found within the large, within their own immensity. What if a being’s ultimate quest was its connection with its environment?
Profile of Nathan Soulez-Larivière
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.
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.
Opening on Friday, January 19, 2024 from 7pm !
Date : from 24 January 15 to January 26, 2024
Location : Cultural Center La Montgolfière, 16 avenue Jean-Salmon-Legagneur, 92420 Vaucresson