KANAK's Exhibition at the Helene Bailly Contemporain Gallery
Hélène Bailly Gallery presents pictures from the photographer's most recent series, KANAK. For this new personal work, Denis Rouvre was invited in residency by the "Centre Culturel Tjibaou" in Nouméa in May 2013. He spent three weeks among some of the kanak tribes of New-Caledonia North Province. This series was first presented at the "Centre Culturel Tjibaou" and in Vichy for the first edition of "Portrait(s) festival". These portraits and group portraits brilliantly enlighten these "landscape men and women ".
This exhibition takes place during the third edition of "Photo Saint-Germain des Prés Festival". The festival theme this year is "Faces and bodies".
Galerie Hélène Bailly
38, rue de Seine
Exhibition from 7 to 23 November 2013
Portfolio in ARTE FOTOGRAFICO Magzine
Pictures from the Eden's Series has been published as a Portfolio in the panish Magazine ARTE FOTOGRAFICO, with a special issue dedicated to Nude in photography.
Exhibition at the European Commission - Fishlove
European Commission presents the new collection realized for Fishlove. 'Fishlove' is an ongoing photographic project that invites well-known personalities across the globe to raise awareness of how over-fishing is destroying the marine environment. After Rankin and Alan Gelati, Denis Rouvre is the third artist to bring his contribution to this project. He photographed Mélanie Bernier, Barbara Cabrita, Thomas Dutronc, Kenzo, Emmanuel de Brantes, Jean-Marc Barr, Serge Hazanavicius, Aure Atika, Caroline Ducey.
European Commission - Berlaymont (1st Floor Hall)
rue de la Loi, 200
Exhibition from 21 October to 12 November 2013
Télérama special issue - KANAK
A portrait and some pictures from the latest series KANAK are featured on cover and in the TELERAMA Special Issue dedicated to the exhibition "KNAK, L'ART EST UNE PAROLE", currently at the Musée du Quai Branly, Paris.
The series was shot in May 2013 for a residency in New-Caledonia, to the invitation by Centre Culturel Tjibaou in Nouméa. Denis Rouvre spent three weeks among some of the Kanak tribes from the North province, shooting portraits and group portraits of the population.