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Corinne Dubreuil

Novak (7) ou Flying Djokovic, 2021

Photography : inkjet 15.7 x 23.6 x 0 inch


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Corinne Dubreuil, Novak (7) ou Flying Djokovic

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

Bercy tournament (Paris) November 2021. Novak Djokovic Two other formats available 60X90 in edition of 10 and 80X120 in edition of 3. 1 EA (AP) still available EA N°2/2) It could be a special size request (bigger than sizes proposed).
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Galerie Jean-Denis Walter • Paris, France

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Dimensions cm inch
15.7 x 23.6 x 0 inch
Not framed
Numbered and limited to 12 copies
12 copies available
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
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Corinne Dubreuil

Corinne Dubreuil

France • Born in: 1974

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French artists

When she was 14 she was playing tennis and taking photos. She decided to combine both passions and become a tennis photographer. It was a meeting with Chris Evert, who she was photographing at a training session at Roland Garros, that helped her achieve her goal. The champion encouraged her, gave her tickets for the tournaments she was playing in in Europe and Corinne travelled to the opens and took photos. She was extremely motivated and put all her energy into taking photos behind the scenes at tournaments. Tennis Magazine started publishing her photos in their "Backstage" column. It was the same magazine that offered her a stepping stone by hiring her in 1990 to assist photographer Serge Philippot. After 13 years spent working with him, she went freelance. She carried on traveling all over the world to cover tennis events, but also to produce portraits and documentary features. She covers all sports and loves this new opening in her career.
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