Vincent Peters Exhibition in Camera Work Berlin

© VINCENT PETERS, LAETITIA CASTA II, PARIS, 2008

Vincent Peters Exhibition from March 24 to May 20, 2018

Gallery CAMERA WORK is pleased to present a solo exhibition of photographer Vincent Peters starting on the March 24, 2018 including almost 40 works. It comprises a selection of his main oeuvre from over ten years as well as new works, which are shown for the first time worldwide.

The exhibition gives a profound insight into the fashion and nude photography of Vincent Peters, one of the leading photographers in his field. The first part of the exhibition includes impressive photographs of international models and supermodels: among them Cindy Crawford, Laetitia Casta, Adriana Lima and Milla Jovovich. Worldwide equally highly esteemed are his portraits of personalities such as Charlize Theron, Emma Watson and Penélope Cruz.

A selection of the most  famous pieces is shown in the second part of the exhibition. The third and newest part can be entitled with «Personal». It shows women in staged moments, inspired from the perfected studio photography of the 20th century and cineastic close-up photography. Thereby the photographer pays attention to the creation of a luxurious and classical backdrop in order to present the women in a sensual and timeless atmosphere. This becomes especially significant in his ballet sceneries, which could through their character and composition, remind of Degas’ paintings. Beyond a pure contemplative approach, all works of Vincent Peters serve multilayered interpretations, which can
be developed by the spectator.

Besides the depiction of the woman, all works have something in common: they show the importance of using light in photography as a precondition for high-quality artworks. The diligent handling with light proves to be meaningful for Vincent Peters’ style. Incidences of light emphasize the female body in a subtle but focused way. The setting and costumes are integrated in a visual arrangement with light and shadow, which create a silent, classic-romantical mood. Despite the late modern, inflationary flood of celebrity pictures, Vincent Peters’ portraits touch the spectator’s visual memory and remain there, thanks to his particular phrasing. The fundament for his aesthetical realization is a trustful and professional connection between model and photographer.
Stereoptype or quoted poses from fashion and celebrity images are not part of his work – rather it contains the sense and eye of elegant gestures, dramatic moments and graceful movements.
These become an expression of the individual personality and artistic sentiment in the photographs.

Vincent Peters

Born in Bremen, Germany, in 1969 Vincent Peters moved to New York City at the age of twenty to work as a photographer’s assistant. After returning to Europe in 1995, he worked for various art
galleries and on personal projects. In 1999 he began his career at Giovanni Testino’s agency as a fashion photographer. Within a year Vincent Peters shot worldwide campaigns for brands such as Miu Miu, Yves Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, and Wolfgang Joop. He established himself with a recognizable style, and major fashion houses like La Perla, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Emporio Armani, L’Oréal, Lancôme, Nike, Levi’s, and many others came to him as corporate clients. His photographs appear in international magazines such as «Vogue«, «GQ», «The Sunday Times», «Numéro», «Harper’s Bazaar» and many more.

Vincent Peters Exhibition from March 24 to May 20, 2018

Address: Camera Work 4 Kantstrasse 149 4 10623 Berlin 4
Website: www.camerawork.de
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 4 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Eau Sauvage Parfum 2017 new version

Eau Sauvage Parfum 2017

Eau Sauvage Parfum, the new Eau Sauvage, one of Claudia Schiffer favorite fragrances.

Dior Perfumer-Creator François Demachy revisits the trail of the Eau Sauvage Parfum variation and chooses to refresh its aromatic strength, warmed by the Provence sun.
As powerful and sensual as ever yet vitalised by this new freshness, a new Eau Sauvage Parfum comes to light.

A creation that pays homage to his roots in Grasse, inspired by the raw beauty of the Mediterranean heartlands. A new Eau Sauvage Parfum born in the heart of the House of Dior’s striking new olfactory atelier, now housed within the walls of the Bastide des Fontaines Parfumées in the centre of Grasse.
True to his radiant South of France roots, the composition is at once fiery and languid, fresh yet enveloping. An Eau Sauvage Parfum, Blazing Sun

Eau Sauvage Parfum, a solar signature

Eau Sauvage has a solar beauty.
Born in Provence in 1966, it was created by Edmond Roudnitska in the heart of “Sainte-Blanche”, his house and garden nestled in Cabris in the verdant hills of the Grasse countryside.
Now back in his Grasse homeland, Dior Perfumer-Creator François Demachy has drawn inspiration from this iconic signature to create a new Eau Sauvage Parfum.
Crafted from his own Grasse roots, today its ample trail soaks up the fresh aromas of this generous nature more than ever.

The perfume of warm, sun-baked skin, this new Eau Sauvage Parfum is worn with brazen pleasure.
Warm yet vivid, enveloping yet brightly green and fresh, it is a woody and spicy composition soaked in sunlight and a luminous natural shine.

“Working on Eau Sauvage is a subtle exercise in reinterpretation. You must respect its meticulous signature and preserve the authenticity of its raw materials while giving it depth and intensity. The idea is to not simply extend its power and concentration but to make its structure shine by giving it even more warmth.” François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator

Eau Sauvage Parfum, a suave cologne

First, the signature…
The unique Eau Sauvage composition is there, instantly recognisable: the top note soars with citrus, soft Citron mingles with the cool, seductive, super-powerful San Carlo Bergamot—noble and unique, it infuses the composition with its chiselled freshness. Selected by François Demachy for its floral, fruity, zingy qualities, it is the produce of a partnership in Reggio, Calabria. Thanks to this Dior exclusivity, the entire production goes to Eau Sauvage, shaping its special signature.

A bright, fresh opening gives way to soft, round, noble notes of Lavendar Absolute underscored by Wild Flowers; a combination spiced up with a note of Hedione, the famous and revolutionary molecule that helped to build the Eau Sauvage legend.

Stripped of its earthy notes, Vetiver Heart proposes a new woody facet that is brighter and cleaner. Its subtlety creates a less imposing presence and brings out a warm, oriental, spicy base.
This light woodiness allows the warm, potent note of Elemi from the Philippines to unfurl, Labdanum cajoles us with its resinous sensuality, Cinnamon and Star Anise form a combination that is suave and comforting.

Profound yet round, vibrant yet fresh, this new Eau Sauvage Parfum magnifies an eternal solar signature with its warm, evocative accents.

“Eau Sauvage gains more pleasure. In this rounder version that comes even closer to the original signature, I wanted to highlight the authenticity of the raw materials. Mark their power but also reveal their warmth by making them even more present and palpable.” François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator

Eau Sauvage Parfum, eternally feline

Once again, Alain Delon is the image of Eau Sauvage.
A saga in the image of these two legends that deepens the nuances of a fascinating masculinity.
Hypnotic and animal, Delon’s face is an emblem of virile beauty.
Radically modern, he is a star who sails through time with his magnetism intact.
Alain Delon and Eau Sauvage, a duo of French style and elegance.

Claudia Schiffer, in the magazine Harper’s Bazaar in October 2011, said that Eau Sauvage is one of her favorite fragrances.

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