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Julie Peiffer


France

24 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Julie Peiffer

Baignade dans la Loire

2017

125 x 70cm

1700,00 €

Le Bel Endormi

2016

80 x 80cm

1200,00 €

La Tête dans les Infos

2015

40 x 60cm

700,00 €

La Cueilleuse

2015

80 x 80cm

1200,00 €

La Lascive

2016

120 x 70cm

1700,00 €

Les Vitraux

2016

80 x 80cm

1200,00 €

La Femme Rousse

2015

100 x 100cm

2100,00 €

Le Verre de Vin

2016

80 x 80cm

1500,00 €

C'est Super, Je t'aime

2018

60 x 75cm

750,00 €

Les Fleurs Respirent la Nuit

2016

120 x 80cm

2100,00 €

Les Jumelles

2015

50 x 50cm

650,00 €

Midday Special

2017

50 x 50cm

650,00 €

Fönster

2018

50 x 75cm

850,00 €

L'Homme Seul, Paris

2016

80 x 40cm

500,00 €

Gypsy

2017

80 x 80cm

910,00 €

Huis Clos - Panic Spaces

2021

70 x 80cm

1600,00 €

L'Enfer Me Ment

2021

80 x 80cm

1600,00 €

Claustrophobia - Panic Spaces

2021

70 x 80cm

1600,00 €

Holding on to Faded Stories

2021

80 x 80cm

1600,00 €

Julie Peiffer has always been a photographer, it is no coincidence that the first pictures she published on her Facebook page were initially grouped under the title "In my eye (#DansMonOeil) » .

From her mother, Julie holds the rule, the limit, the structuring, and the framework. From her father, the movement, the journey out-of-fields, and the overflow. It is on the side of this aesthetic - the sensorial educational confrontation and their alchemy, as much as their contrast, that we seek what animates, in the Latin sense of the term, the gaze of Julie.

From withdrawal, from abstraction, was born questioning, the play between shadow and light, this primal vocabulary of photography, which she later fed by frequenting the work of Man Ray, Eugène Atget and André Kertész among many others.

The gaze of those who manage to reveal the obviousness, finally exposed, invisible as it was to the passers - by too busy in their own lives, in the heart of our insomniac cities, at the heart of our lives, our bodies, those washed by too many rains and storms.