L'assassinat de Baltard, 1971 - Jean-Claude GAUTRAND

L'assassinat de Baltard, 1971

Jean-Claude GAUTRAND

L'assassinat de Baltard, 1971, Paris mon amour

Original photography

Edition of 30 

Gelatin Silver Print on Baryted Paper

Signed, stamped and numered on the back by the artist

Dimensions - 30 x 40 cm / 11,8 x 15,7 inch

Dimensions - 40 x 50 cm / 15,7 x 19,7 inch

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  • Jean-Claude GAUTRAND

    Jean-Claude GAUTRAND is a French photographer and historian of photography. He was born in 1932, in Sains-en-Gohelle (France, Pas-de-Calais). During his teenage years, he learnt photography. Later, in his 24, he discovered Otto STEINERT’s work that left him a dramatic impression. Jean-Claude GAUTRAND drawn inspiration from subjective photography movement represented by Otto STEINERT. The photos take some distance with the strict representation of reality, to support the expression of the photographer interiority. We can find this kind of picture, with the care for shape and style, in Jean-Claude GAUTRAND’s series ‘ Forteresse du dérisoire ’ and ‘ Métalopolis ’ for instance. Thus, the famous series ‘ L’assassinat de Baltard ’ should be analysed through these two dimensions: historical one and subjective one. Jean-Claude GAUTRAND’s series shows us the last mom...

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Data sheet

Format : Horizontal

Type : Black & White

Theme : Architecture

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