About Louise
Louise Reinke is a German photographer based between Paris-London based photographer. Her photography explores human emotions by restaging them.
Current city: Paris
Louise Reinke is a German photographer based between Paris-London based photographer. Her photography explores human emotions by restaging them.
At nightfall, you get a stunning view at the Eiffel Tower and the bridge Alexandre III.
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The Porte Saint-Denis marks a multi-cultural spot in the city. Pick any place for food and drinks in Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis.
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Even on rainy days beautifully moody.
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I like these geometric shapes at Invalides. They look like a pile of wet green sand.
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Some places are better to be left a secret. This one e.g.
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Go check out this very untypical gallery in the underground. You don't need a ticket and it does only take you a second to soak in the art displayed.
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The forest overlooking the bay of Ao Nang has to make room for new constructions. We should invest ourselves more for a sustainable development.
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Born in Paris, France, and still based here as a documentary photographer.
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I'm a director from New Jersey bouncing between Paris and LA. NY is still my favorite though :p
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Elsa Kostic was born in Paris in 1990. She still lives there, except when she is in one of the corners of the globe. After graphic design studies, she decided to express herself through photography. As a dreamy and nomad person, she enriches her creativity by traveling and encountering new culture. It allows her to tell personal and spontaneous stories in her own raw and poetic universe.
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Clo’e Floirat is an author and illustrator. She began her rigorous training in New York, fleetingly leaving France to then attend the Design Academies of Reims and Eindhoven, Netherlands. This led her to Berlin, working with architects specializing in art spaces for another five years. From working with Robert Wilson as well as Rufus Wainwright in New York for several years, her interests have recently culminated in her graduation from the new master in Critical Writing in Art at the Royal College of Art, London. She has become known for her signature drawings - a combination of drawing and writing with a critical orientation, into what she calls drawing Crit’writing - that cast a critical, humorous and refreshing look on the world of contemporary art. Clo’e is a regular contributor to various publications, e.g., art press, Frieze, Intramuros, l’Officiel Art and the World of Interiors. She is a special guest at Monumenta - Grand Palais in Paris since 2011, where she draws and writes along side major contemporary artists such as Anish Kapoor, Daniel Buren, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. More recently Art Brussels has invited her for a live critical drawing installation on the walls of the art fair. In 2016 Kamel Mennour feat. Clo'e Floirat. A unique collaboration to take a closer look at his 2016 gallery program resulting in a solo exhibition at Kamel Mennour gallery - rue Saint André des Arts Paris 7ème. In March 2016, Clo’e released her first book Pas mal pour de l’art with Marabout editions - Marabulles. This new publication constitutes a unique portrait of gallery and museum-goers, drawn with humor and perceptiveness. Selected clients: Colette, Hermès, Illycaffè, La Ville de Paris, Pierre Hermé, SNCF, MAH!, Emeco, Ketel One, Droog Design. Selected publishers: art press, Marabout, Gallimard, Frieze, Designo, Intramuros, l’Officiel Art, the World of Interiors, Eyrolles.
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