Christophe Jacrot, Eglise Noire
60 x 90 ed. 10 cm Photography on Hanemuhle Museum paper part of a limited serie, signed and numbered 1 to 10. Nielsen frame with anti-reflex glas 70 % is included.
Christophe Jacrot is a contemporary photographer living in Paris, who was born in 1960.
Whenever a bad weather front builds up near a large city, Christophe Jacrot cannot be far away. The French photographer purposely seeks out rain and snow to capture atmospheric moments. The adverse weather conditions create special lighting conditions for the images. The streets empty out, and Jacrot finds the intense situations that develop into the particular power of his work.