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Julien Legrand, Monster and Scooter

Julien Legrand Monster and Scooter, 2016

View in a room Photography 15.7 x 23.6 inch 10 remaining copies


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Julien Legrand, Monster and Scooter
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  • Medium

    Photography : inkjet

  • Themes

    Everyday life

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    Photography on glossy paper

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    Numbered and limited to 10 copies

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    15.7 x 23.6 inch

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    Not framed

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  • About the artwork

    Part of the series "Unusual Banality".

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    • everyday life


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Julien Legrand

Born in: 1979


Translation in progress

Julien Legrand is a photographer. Born in 1979 in the North of France, he graduated in webdesign and graphic design. He is the founder of the international collective Vivo and member of the French collective Fragment. In 2012, he has the opportunity to present his work at the Miami Street Photography Festival and in 2016 he is among the finalists of the International Street Photography Awards in San Francisco.

Julien Legrand’s interest in street photography comes from his passion for skateboarding which gave him the opportunity to move freely through the streets of his city, linger and become a privileged observer of the many strange or amazing events taking place there. Skateboarding is also a pretext for appropriating the urban landscape for the skateboarders own purposes. The skateboards themselves, with their decorations, helped to inspire Julien Legrand’s taste for graphic compositions of street art. A violent fall, however, forced him to put a brake on this activity, he now pursues his urban exploration through photography.

Julien Legrand is never without his camera. “Photography is an obsession for me, it accompanies me every day like a faithful old friend, it is a kind of therapy that allows me to put aside my anxiety.” His everyday and candid photos mainly feature passers-by. Inspired by photographers such as Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Harry Gruyaert, Alex Webb, Ernst Haas or Garry Winogrand, Julien Legrand explores the boundary between urbanization and nature and questions the relationship of the individual to his environment.

The partial hiding of the characters or the scenery, the use of chiaroscuro or the play of reflections are part of a dramatization of the mise-en-scène creating suspenseful effects, exciting curiosity and finally expressing the idea of a struggle – struggle against the boredom or ugliness of the repetitive and anonymous productions of the consumer society. His framings constitute in themselves an exercise in receptivity and open-mindedness. Julien Legrand is careful not to exercise full control over the factors involved in his compositions. He lets the environment come to him as it is and reorganizes it by diverting the usual codes by means of effects of color, light and structure.

The work of Julien Legrand finally reveals the surprising character, even the strangeness of our behaviors, however usual or banal in appearance. It highlights the nature of our relationship to the world in a way that invites the spectator to renew it. His photos reactivate the imagination faced with a universe of habits and pre-established or stereotyped meanings, and call for the (re)discovery of a relationship to the world that is no longer utilitarian or consumerist, but rather poetic.
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Julien Legrand, Monster and Scooter
Julien Legrand, Monster and Scooter

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