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Nathalie Daoust, Crea

Nathalie Daoust Crea, 2009

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  • Medium

    Photography : C-print

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    17.7 x 26.4 x 0.8 inch

  • Support

    Photography on glossy paper

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 25 copies
    5 remaining copies

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • Offered by the gallery

    Professional art gallery
    Berlin - Germany

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    The canadian artist Nathalie Daoust latest project "Tokyo Hotel Story" continues her exploration of female sexuality and subversion of gender stereotypes. Spending several months in the Alpha In, one of the biggest S&M “love hotels” in Japan. Daoust photographed women in their private rooms, surrounded by the specialist equipment and dressed in the regalia that define their trade. Her work takes the viewer beyond taboos while showing the universal human desire to escape reality and create fantasy worlds that often oscillate between dream, reality and fiction.

    Nathalie Daoust is interested in the women who work at the “Alpha In”. A portrait was created showing 39 women. One enters a very different world that doesn’t just offer men the possibility to escape reality by assuming different roles and reinventing themselves. Nathalie Daoust spent several months at this well-known nightclub in order to carefully approach this subject. Besides one-in-one interviews and the experiences on-site, her work in the darkroom is considered to be the most important process, in which she developed the pictures dependent on her currently felt emotions.
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Nathalie Daoust

Canada Born in: 1977
Nathalie Daoust was born in Montreal, Canada, where she studied photography at the Cegep du Vieux-Montreal before moving to New York City. This is where she wrote her first book on photography called "New York Hotel Story". In 2001 she moved to Japan for a period of two years to document the red light district of Tokyo. Since then, she has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Canada, United States, Poland, Spain, England and Tokyo. Her photographs have been subject to many publications and were awarded.

The artist is mainly interested in themes like intimacy and sensuality, and through her photos she is able to show the secrets hiding behind the apparent stability of life. Nathalie Doust creates a link between truth, dreams and the desire to get away. Always on the look out for new emotions, the photographer works with new mediums and discovers a new black room technique.
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Nathalie Daoust, Crea
Nathalie Daoust, Crea