Christophe Jacrot’s Cities In The Rain
French photographer brings to light the moments of everyday life in poetic density and urban romanticism.
When most of us prefer to stay indoors, french photographer Christophe Jacrot goes to photograph, bringing to light the hidden, fugacious moments of the everyday life in their full poetic density and urban romanticism.
Being passionate about the way rain and snow arouse a feeling of romantic fiction, he sees bad weather as a fabulous ground for photography, a misspent visual universe with a strong reminiscent power, and with a richness of delicate lights, that remind you of a scene from Bladerunner. If you want to discover the beauty of metropolitan life in bad weather, you must first take a walk into the rain. In his photos man becomes a ghostly silhouette wandering and obeying the hazards of the weather.
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