Jean-Baptiste Huynh. Infinis d'Asie

Jean-Baptiste Huynh - Publisher Skira - Ouvrage relié - Text in Bilingue Français / English - Published in 2019

For this new photographic event, the MNAAG invites Jean-Baptiste Huynh and his unique view of Asia. In a refined and timeless scenography, conceived by the artist himself, there is an ordered, intimate and introspective work through portraits, nudes, the mineral and vegetable universe, or the emblematic spiritual symbols of the countries with which he has been familiar for over twenty years.

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Model 9782370741158
Artist Jean-Baptiste Huynh
Author Jean-Baptiste Huynh
Publisher Skira
Format Ouvrage relié
Language Bilingue Français / English
Dimensions 300 x 290
Technique(s) Photographies
Published 2019
Museum Musée Guimet, Paris

The photographic research undertaken by Jean-Baptiste Huynh at the National Museum of Asian Arts - Guimet began several years ago around the collection of mirrors, which became celestial bodies under his gaze.

Jean-Baptiste Huynh offers the public, in a form of retrospective of his work and a privileged encounter with the museum, an intensely personal Asia, imprinted with the grandeur and the influence of all the faces seen during a story of passion and of fascination.

Jean-Baptiste Huynh was born in France in 1966, of a French mother and a Vietnamese father. Self-taught, he learned photographic, lighting and printing techniques. From 2006 to 2012, he carried out a study on light through five series collected in the book "Lumière" which accompanied the personal exhibition that the Louvre museum devoted to him in 2012, bringing together images inspired by the museum's collections. Laureate of the Villa Medici outside the walls, Jean-Baptiste Huynh exhibits in various galleries and museums around the world.


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