VINZARTH

Vinzarth © Marciano Contemporary
Vinzarth Artist | NYC | anamorphose architecture New York | Marciano Contemporary Art contemporain Paris

NYC


Anamorphose
63 x 142 cm

Vinzarth Artiste | NY Black & White | reverspective buildings New York | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Paris

NY Black & White


Anamorphose
80 x 100 cm

Vinzarth Artist | Garibaldi | anamorphosis buildings Nice Garibaldi | Marciano Contemporary Art Galerie Place des Vosges

Garibaldi


Anamorphose
36 x 96 cm

Vinzarth Artiste | Versailles | architecture perspective | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Place des Vosges

Versailles


Anamorphose
60 x 118 cm

Vinzarth Artist | Jardin | anamorphose architecture Anish Kapoor | Marciano Contemporary Art contemporain Paris

Jardin


Anamorphose
37 x 100 cm

Vinzarth Artiste | Rouge & Gris | reverspective géométrie | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Paris

Rouge et Gris


Anamorphose
41 x 98 cm

Vinzarth Artist | Rouge & Noir | anamorphosis geometric | Marciano Contemporary Art Galerie Place des Vosges

Rouge et Noir


Anamorphose
41 x 98 cm

VINZARTH

BIOGRAPHIE

Vinzarth starts to get passionate about photography in the early 80’s. Gradually he specializes himself in the field of architecture and interior design. For ten years, he discovers a new world. He showcases buildings and landscapes, modified and presented by the artist, according to precise and functional criteria.

During an exhibition in Monaco, he is fascinated by a painting in reverse perspective by Patrick Hughes. This discovery triggers the desire in him to create anamorphic oeuvres from his photos. After a year of research and studies on angles of shots, different subjects, digital graphics, practise in editing and assembling; the first photographic anamorphoses become real. Initially attracted by buildings and their face in cities, Vinzarth “anamorphically” transforms the Art Deco and Haussmann districts of Nice. Subsequently he works on aesthetic concepts, such as « La Defense » in Paris and on monuments like the « Louvre pyramid ». He also worked on cities like New York and London.

The urge to get away from reality and let his imagination unfold pushes him, nowadays, to create his own landscapes in 3D, using colour, soil, and all kind of material. He frequently revisits the urban landscape and creates imaginary neighbourhoods with his art. You can find his Anamorphosis series in our galleries Marciano Contemporary.

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