Born in 1967 - France
David Feruch is a visual photographer, born in 1967 in Paris. During a family meal in the South of France, he took photos of the guests around the table with an old Olympus: it was a revelation! He is 17 years old and wants to become a photographer.
He is trained by Bernard Chalon, a former war reporter who became Jean Paul Belmondo's photographer. In 1986, under his mentor's guidance, David Feruch took pictures of about fifty portraits of the members from the Colbert Committee. Following this, he learned to master the studio's light, with Dominique Lamy.
He became a professional photographer and worked for the Bernard Baruch-Steinitz gallery for a while, and specialized in antiquities.
Late 90's, he realized the major potential in digital art and was one of the first to use it for his work.
He combined photography, computer work and painting. His pictures went through collages, scans, computer corrections, re-printing, modifying with charcoal....David Feruch likes working with aluminum plates in order to bring depth in his creations.
The movement, rise and colors are key elements of his work. The curves make the canvases dynamic. David Feruch likes to depict blue sky, which gives his work a timeless, airy look,
He exhibits in Paris regularly. In 2015, he participated in a collective exhibition in London, which inspired his image series "London control". He then came back to more abstract work with the « Under Water Up to the Stars » exhibition.
Following their meeting, the collector Colas Engel bought several of his work, which is now exhibited in New York.
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