The French artist Jean-François Rauzier, reflects about the current societies and their hypermodern cities, through his photography. The question that articulates his photo essays hovering about the place of human being in the city, his mark in the world and the preservation of his historical and cultural heritage. Rauzier’s series consist of translating images that echo the forms of various types of buildings, creating an architectural overabundance, causing contemplation and daze. His visual speech, focuses on what we have done with the spaces, which initially were the place where should be home. Know his latest project, City Never Sleeps, in his Website.
Source and images: ©JF Rauzier