Marion Barat Photographs
( February 15, 2013 - March 22, 2013 )
Marion Barat, a
graduate of Icart Photography School in Paris will have her first exhibition at
Curated Goods. During her schooling and training , Marion discovered and has
honed her techniques for portraiture. She started her collaboration with
various French magazines and artist.
Barat creates a
real moment of intimacy with her subjects through her personal works, whether
she is photographing an actor, musician , or a regular person. She brings the
true subjects persona to the lens.
passion of landscape photography is her first love and it is evident in her
series of photographs taken in south of France and the Mojave Desert which is on display at Curated Goods from February
15 – March 22, 2013.
Frédéric Le Bordays Photographs (November 9, 2012 through January 15, 2013)
The exhibit showcases Le Bordays work taken on a trip to the
west coast of the United States. During his travels from California to New
Mexico, he documented ordinary mundane scenes of the American landscapes.
Le Bordays , born and France and currently residing in
Paris, was taken with the vast, abandoned and empty scenes during his journey
to New Mexico. It was very moving for him to experience these places, which
were like wounded souls. He wanted to show
the viewer that these landscape gives them a second life in charge of
beauty. Le Bordays photographs radiate intense natural light and every detail
brings out the hint of the past.
Photographs by Justin-Julius Santos (September 14, 2012 through October 20, 2012)
Originally shot in Paris and New York, the works featured in the exhibition focus on reinventing fashion through new depictions of old subjects. From a tale of urban beauty to an avant-garde version of the Addams Family, each piece offers a unique take on the traditional. Santos—a self-taught photographer who draws inspiration from fashion, music, film, and the drama of everyday life—has previously shown his work in Paris, Los Angeles, and New York. This will be his first major exhibition in Philadelphia.
"Drowninsanity" Photographs by Sophie Xu (July 6, 2012 through August 15, 2012)
The exhibit showcases work Sophie created during a rough period of her life. Using her training in traditional photography, Sophie combined that with the emotions she was feeling at the time to produce work that was raw and natural. (Download Sophie Xu's Press Release
Photography by Georgi Georgiev
(May 4, 2012 through June 15, 2012)
Georgi Georgiev has been creating visually stimulating works of art for more than 14 years. He has had his photography featured in galleries throughout New York City, includingGallery One Twenty Eight
, Visual Arts Gallery
and Experimental Space
at Reis Studios. (Download Georgi Georgiev's bio