News // 6 News of Denis Rouvre
For the L´ARTISANAT campaign, Denis ROUVRE portrayed people who stand up for learning a trade.
10.04.2017 // show complete article
Embracing the ethos, 'We Are What We Live', internationally acclaimed French photographer Denis Rouvre presents with twelve Diptychons pickers and their habitats in Southeast Asia, where Slow Food and Lavazza have ongoing projects – from India to Laos and Vietnam, from Sri Lanka to Indonesia. Every portrait is therefore a landscape and every landscape also becomes a portrait in the end... “The Lavazza 2017 Calendar shows the symbiosis between humans and the environment,” says Francesca Lavazza, who is responsible for the calendar. “Mankind and nature are inseparably …
07.02.2017 // show complete article
“If you get the feeling that you know a stranger very well and that you know a lot about the person just by looking at a photograph, you are probably looking at the work of an extremely talented portrait photographer. Denis Rouvre, who created an image campaign for the French supermarket chain LeClerc, is a photographer like that.” the agency CHRISTA KLUBERT informs us. The series presented on GoSee is centered on regional suppliers and their products. It was important for the company to bridge the gap between customers and producers.
“Luckily, they hired …
15.08.2016 // show complete article
“Renault hired the world-famous portrait photographer Denis ROUVRE, who is known for his sense of depth and expressive motifs, for a picture series which shows the advantages of a custom-made Renault. Different than usual, we see three masters of their profession: First of all, a florist who is arranging an elaborate flower bouquet, secondly, a patissier who creates desserts of the finest sort with his craftsmanship and, lastly, a stonemason who is working on an extravagant jar. The common denominator between the three is the individuality and the extravagance of their works, which …
10.05.2016 // show complete article
It's been over a year since the devastating tsunami and resulting nuclear catastrophe struck Japan, but the traumatic images beamed around the world at the time are still fresh in our minds.
Last autumn, Denis ROUVRE spent a month travelling along the battered coast, photographing both the ravaged landscape and the faces of the most elderly survivors.
The resulting portraits were published in the magazine section of The New York Times and are without doubt the most hauntingly beautiful yet moving images of the disaster’s aftermath.
11.06.2012 // show complete article
Denis ROUVRE is publishing a book featuring his 'Gravure de Sport' portraits (2008) of French athletes right before the Olympic Games in Beijing. The striking portraits show the statuesque athletes removed from their usual athletic context and focuses on the individuals instead.
Not restraining his proven talent for playfulness, Rouvre finds something in the personality of each individual athlete and emphasises it to the extreme – a gown for the elegant badminton player, a pimp-outfit for the eye-catching javelin thrower, a James Bond post for the pistol marksman...
22.03.2012 // show complete article