Jennifer Des

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Jennifer Des
Born (1975-04-11) 11 April 1975 (age 45)
Brussels, Belgium
Occupationphotographer,
NationalityBelgian

Jennifer Des (born 1975) is a Belgian photographer.

Style[edit]

She is inspired by Francis Bacon (artist) in the treatment of the human corpse by manipulating images of plastic surgery.[1]

Biography[edit]

Born in Brussels, she studied at the École de recherche graphique in her hometown. She put into practice her studies in Kinshasa where she worked for six months for the French Community of Belgium. She had her first individual exhibition in 2003 at the galerie Pascal Polar in Brussels. She was selected for the collective exhibition 175 years of Belgium by the Belgian Photography Museum and at the Espace Blanche [2] with Frédéric Beigbeder as her mentor. She exposed with Wim Delvoye and Delphine Boël at the Salle des Beaux Arts du Sablon for the Pierre BergéYves Saint Laurent Foundation in 2007.[3] She made in 2009 an exhibition Les Sangtiments at the Young Gallery with her human body work from pictures made (with special admission) from parts of the human body found in the clinic rooms of hospitals.[4] In 2012 she had her exposition in the SohoPhoto Gallery in New York City.[5] Now Jennifer Des is working on the high-definition photography of the personalized iris on a cosmic background for the EYE-D project exhibited at the Mercedes House [6] in 2011, at the Top Marques in Monaco in 2014 and at the Café de Paris in Monte Carlo March 2015.[7] In May 2015 at the Park Lenôtre Mougins with Robert Hossein and Jean-Paul Belmondo[8] Invités d'Honneurs. She had an exposition in March 2016 in the Dark Room Galerie [9] with Irina Brook and Soulwax.[10][11][12][13][14]

Projects[edit]

EYE-D Project[edit]

Jennifer Des creates each of her pieces in relation to the model and the request. In addition to its retinal imprint, the stellar presence highlights the dominant planets. With the help of a professional astrologer, an astral map is made. Jennifer Des gets her inspiration from this to add extra material to her art. She then integrates it to the eye imprint. Her clients can also have their own portrait, as well as a portrait with their family member's eyes. Human eyes, just like DNA or fingerprints define our unique identity.[15][16][17] Much more than a portrait.[18]

ETERNITY Vision[edit]

Jennifer Des redefines her subject's individuality as a planetary center of new cosmic dimensions ready for eternity. As she shot the eyes of her mother, she discovered a new meaning to eternity and what this could represent for us.[19] Jennifer had an exposition at the Gallery Riccadonna Rue Grimaldi in Monaco on the 5th of July with her recent works [20] and in Gallery Art Sablon in Brussels in November 2019.[21][22]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Concept , 2007 (published by Editions Luc Pire – La Renaissance du Livre) ISBN 978-2-87415-804-9

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The mutilated corpses". Archived from the original on 2014-03-29. Retrieved 2015-02-04.
  2. ^ "Espace Blanche". Archived from the original on 2015-07-06. Retrieved 2015-02-04.
  3. ^ Concept Interview with Philippe Lichtfus
  4. ^ Young Galery
  5. ^ SohoPhoto Gallery
  6. ^ "Mercedes House concerts p.6". Archived from the original on 2015-02-04. Retrieved 2015-02-04.
  7. ^ Monaco Hebdo, 5 March Number 915, p. 43
  8. ^ Comtesse Tatiana
  9. ^ Dark Room Galerie
  10. ^ Tribune Bulletin côte d'azur
  11. ^ Channel Riviera
  12. ^ Channel Riviera Web TV
  13. ^ Galerie Dark Room Vernissage
  14. ^ "Radio explication du concept EYE-D". Archived from the original on 2016-04-16. Retrieved 2016-04-06.
  15. ^ Connexions des Arts, numéro 9, Printemps 2016, p. 45-46
  16. ^ Galerie Oscar
  17. ^ "Site de Connexion des Arts". Archived from the original on 2016-05-01. Retrieved 2020-02-02.
  18. ^ Marie Claire juillet 2019 Actu Culture Elledeco septembre 2019 p.79
  19. ^ Meta Monte Carlo
  20. ^ Monaco Madame
  21. ^ Le mague culturel
  22. ^ Art Sablon

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