The Apocalypse According to Venus and other provocative Nature disruptions

Samuel Feron

The Exhibition

A selection of images from three collections:
– “Lava”, a journey into the fury of the volcano Kilauea, in Hawaii
– “The Apocalypse According to Venus” or the strange work of a designer called Venus who one day decided to draw our world
– “Emergence”, a black and white work on the watercolour-like Chinese landscapes

Lava

Lava is a unique collection of images of the Volcano Kilauea that have been taken during several nights spent in the lava fields and into the fury of the fire and the smoke.
Hawaii 2009-2018.

The Apocalypse According to Venus

This Collection explores the strange work of a designer called Venus, who one day decided to draw our world.
Iceland 2011-2014

Emergence

This Collection is an attempt to capture how shapes and materials emerge from Nothingness.
Pictures have been taken in the Yellow Mountains.
China 2019

The Photographer

Samuel Feron has been photographing Nature for 2 decades, exploring remote and sparsely habited areas all over the world. He tries to go beyond what the eyes first see, assuming that Nature has secrets in itself. His camera was initially thought as a tool to explore land but has become, as the years went by, like a headlamp searching the raw diamonds he will polish as jewels.

Samuel has produced around 10 Collections, each gathering images around a specific thematic he associates to the places he travels.

GALLERY

Opening September 2021

Fine Art Photography

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