Artwork description
In his series Amazons, Bruno Fournier explores the most uninhibited and intimate aspects of movement, depicting naked women adorned with unexpected accessories. Hubcaps, hairdryers, ropes, loudspeakers, car doors, masks, balls... By cleverly re-employing these objects, he elevates the women's bodies to symbols of freedom
Photographed in black and white, Bruno Fournier's nudes evoke three themes which are dear to the photographer: humans' animality, violence and eroticism. In conflict with all that is coercive in today's world, these women assert themselves as female warriors, armed with these shields to claim their freedom to run, jump, shout!
By externalising the inner force which resides in each woman, Bruno Fournier pays hommage to indomitable, feminine power.
All the photos are printed from a black&white negative, in a darkroom by hand on fiber paper Ilford, without any retouch Shipping Details Photo will be shipped unframed and in a tube.

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About the Artist In his series Amazons, Bruno Fournier explores the most uninhibited and intimate aspects of movement, depicting naked women adorned with unexpected accessories. Hubcaps, hairdryers, ropes, loudspeakers, car doors, masks, balls... By cleverly re-employing these objects, he elevates the women's bodies to symbols of freedom.

Photographed in black and white, Bruno Fournier's nudes evoke three themes which are dear to the photographer: humans' animality, violence and eroticism. In conflict with all that is coercive in today's world, these women assert themselves as female warriors, armed with these shields to claim their freedom to run, jump, shout!

By externalising the inner force which resides in each woman, Bruno Fournier pays hommage to indomitable, feminine power.
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Limited Edition ID6700

Aquatic game

By Bruno Fournier

$750.00 USD Change
 
  • Photography
  • From a Number of 6
  • Size: 12 x 12 inches (actual image size)
  • Size: 18 x 18 inches (actual image size)
  • Size: 30 x 30 inches (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the back
  • Numbered Limited Edition
  • Certificate of Authenticity included
  • Style: Black & White, Storytelling
  • Subject: Couples, Female
Shipping
  • France, Metropolitan $350.00
  • Other $350.00
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