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Photo Archival Print Signed and Numbered of Nils by Joachim Lapôtre France 2009

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Photo Archival Print Signed and Numbered of Nils by Joachim Lapôtre France 2009

Photo Archival Print Signed and Numbered of Nils by Joachim Lapôtre France 2009

3,200.00

Nils by Joachim Lapôtre, 2009, France. Extract from the Frontières series (2009-2010). Photo print on archival photo paper. 15 x 23 inches. Limited edition, signed.

Joachim Lapôtre was born in Paris in 1978. 
Early in his career Lapôtre pioneered motion graphics for the web, contributing to the foundation of the first websites for luxury brands in France. In 2002 he was invited to present his auto-composing music website, BPoeM, at the Centre Pompidou, and the following year his work with contemporary sound led to a collaborative performance at Venice Biennial. The Great Escape, an ecological tale, also garnered attention at the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon in 2004.

Many embraced Lapôtre’s photographic still life series, Natures mortes. The first showing of Rotten Bread at the Grand Palais in 2006 brought about world-wide exhibitions and publications to follow. In 2013, McDo was part of a year-long exhibition at the Alimentarium Museum in Switzerland alongside the work of great masters in art history. 

 

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Nils by Joachim Lapôtre, 2009, France. Extract from the Frontières series (2009-2010). Photo print on archival photo paper. 15 x 23 inches. Limited edition, signed.

Joachim Lapôtre was born in Paris in 1978. 
Early in his career Lapôtre pioneered motion graphics for the web, contributing to the foundation of the first websites for luxury brands in France. In 2002 he was invited to present his auto-composing music website, BPoeM, at the Centre Pompidou, and the following year his work with contemporary sound led to a collaborative performance at Venice Biennial. The Great Escape, an ecological tale, also garnered attention at the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon in 2004.

Many embraced Lapôtre’s photographic still life series, Natures mortes. The first showing of Rotten Bread at the Grand Palais in 2006 brought about world-wide exhibitions and publications to follow. In 2013, McDo was part of a year-long exhibition at the Alimentarium Museum in Switzerland alongside the work of great masters in art history.