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Jean-François Rauzier
Hyperphotography
Saturday, December 17, 2011 6:30-8:00pm

Jean-François Rauzier has been interested in photography since he was a child. In 1976, he attended the École nationale supérieure Louis-Lumière in France.

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As a former advertising photographer, and one of the first users of numerical assembly in photography, he created the concept of “hyperphoto,” a term that essentially means putting together many high resolution images into a collage. Rauzier composes virtual and monumental images by assembling up to thousands of high-definition close-ups, creating gigantic works with extreme precision.

Rauzier says this about his work: "I'm a photographer but also a digital painter." Rauzier's collages are incredibly detailed recreations of reality, giving rise to fabulous fantasies in which viewers can zoom and navigate around.

Rauzier's work has been shown all over the world including cities such as Paris, Los Angeles, New York, Seoul, Istanbul and London. He has won numerous awards including Arcimboldo and Eurazeo.

 

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