We are now releasing this special series online and will exhibit them in October first at the San Francisco Fall Show. Our gallery exhibition in New York, with Jean-François in attendance, will take place from October 26 - November 18.
We are proud to have facilitated Jean-Francois Rauzier’s residency at Giverny this year. From May to July he stayed in a large cottage on this wonderful property, about 40 miles north of Paris, which was the home and inspiration of the Impressionist master Claude Monet from 1883. Inspired by the famous gardens and pond designed by Monet, and even the interior of Monet’s home and studio, Rauzier has created a stunning series of new works responding to the legacy of the great artist.
Rauzier took many thousands of photographs and then meticulously stitched together literally hundreds of images for each individual work to create the series of fantastical photographic Hyperphotos. There are works incorporating the famous pond, the Japanese bridge, the main house and Monet’s studio, and also some more abstracted works featuring only flowers.