Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is a contemporary exhibition space specializing in fine art photography and photo-based art. Located in SoHo, NY’s historic photo building at 100 Crosby Street, the gallery represents a wide range of emerging and established photographers whose practices include landscape and architectural installation, abstract and concrete photography, experimental mixed media works, and social documentary. In addition to the gallery’s roster of award-winning and internationally-recognized contemporary photographers, Sous Les Etoiles Gallery also represents the estate of the late Cuban photographer Alberto Korda.
In addition to its annual program of photography exhibitions, the gallery regularly hosts artist’s talks and lectures, publishes portfolio collections, photo books and exhibition catalogues, and participates in several top US art fairs, including Paris Photo LA, Art Miami, Art on Paper, and EXPO CHICAGO.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).
About the Artist
Archival Pigment Print
43 x 51 in.
Ed. of 10
French artist and photographer Georges Rousse, b. 1947, converts abandoned or soon-to-be-demolished buildings into surprising visions of color and shape. Rousse translates his intuitive, instinctual readings of space into masterful images of several “realities”: that of the actual space, wherein the installation is created; the artist’s imagined mise-en-scène, realized from a single perspective; and the final photograph, or the reality flattened.
Since his first exhibition in 1981 at the Galerie de France in Paris, Rousse has continued creating his one-of-a-kind installations and photographs around the globe. His work has exhibited in the Grand Palais (Paris), Hirshhorn Museum (Washington, D.C.), Haggerty Museum (WI), House of Culture (La Paz, Honduras), Sivori Museum (Buenos Aires), and National Art Museum of China, among hundreds of others. In 1988, he received the International Center of Photography Award. In 2008, Georges Rousse succeeded Sol LeWitt as an associate member of the Belgian Royal Academy.
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