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Theatro Colosseum

Photography medium: Mixed-media

Frame: Brown wooden frame

Edition of 16 (0 available)

Gallery: Envie d’Art

Ships from: France

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About the artwork
"Theatro Colosseum", print mounted on aluminum with plexiglas by Dimitri Bourriau.Trained as a graphic designer, French photographer Dimitri Bourriau, alias Jahz Design, has always been interested in history and architectural remains. He explores the ruins of the past and observes the decline of time on architecture by drawing our attention to the ephemeral memory of our constantly changing civilization.It is in 2013 that he developed his interest in urban exploration and photographing heritage in disuse. He wants to show that these places are not forgotten, that there is always a transition from nature to man and from man to nature. It is a photographic testimony, a real archiving job. By looking at his photographs, we play the role of an active witness maintaining the photographed place alive.The artist went on his first exploration in a former military ship cemetery and today, he travels around the world, looking for declining places to photograph. In 2017, he became the ambassador of Manfrotto, a manufacturer for cameras and lighting. In 2018, it is Irix, the ultra-wide-angle lens brand from Switzerland, who asked Dimitri to become their ambassador. His latest discoveries have taken him in the footsteps of the Soviet Buran spacecraft program, in Baikonur (Kazakhstan), allowing him to be a laureate of the Drone Photo Awards at the Siena International Photo Awards Contest (SIPA Contest) in 2020.


Medium Mixed-media
Support Aluminium
Framed? Yes
Frame Type Brown wooden frame
Subjects Architecture,
Style Figurative
Original or Edition? Edition of 16
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year created 2018
Artwork Dimensions: 80 X 120 X 4 X cm

About Dimitri Bourriau

Dimitri Bourriau, AKA Jahz Design, has always been interested in history and architectural remains. Urban exploration has no secret for him, and he loves to observe the decay of time on buildings. His first exploration was a former military marine cemetery. Today, he travels in search of places in decline, drawing our attention to our constantly changing civilization and its ephemeral memory.