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Gerard Rancinan

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Gerard  Rancinan

Gerard Rancinan is a french photographer. His artworks focuse on the world’s important issues and are exhibited in the world most prestigious galleries and museums. "When I was a child I remember seeing boats moored at the end of streets, horizons that seemed to stretch on forever. And without realizing it at the time, I breathed a mixture of perfumes from all four corners of the world - a calling to travel, you could say."

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Gerard  Rancinan Georgianna Robertson as Marilyn Monroe

Georgianna Robertson as Marilyn Monroe


Gerard  Rancinan Georgianna Robertson as Marilyn Monroe
Georgianna Robertson as Marilyn Monroe



Gerard  Rancinan

Gerard Rancinan

Gerard Rancinan Biography

Born in Talence in 1953, south-west France near Bordeaux region, Gérard Rancinan started his career at the Sygma press agency of which he became one of the leading lights. During his time with the agency he travelled the globe, bearing first hand witness to events of historical importance. Covering natural catastrophes, civil and ethnic wars, and urban riots.
Reserving himself the right to focus on the world’s most important issues, he delivers startling images, art filtered through an ever-evolving aesthetic prism of art.
Constantly breaking down barriers, he is, by turn, a photographer working on communication campaigns, and an investigator deconstructing the great sagas of contemporary life for the international portrait press.Following his domain of predilection, in a “journey to the heart of man” he becomes the wakeful observer of his contemporaries. This marginal perspective involves real miss’s en scène, veritable simulacra of the world in which we live.

Gérard Rancinan’s work are the very instruments of his thought-process, sensitive views of the world we live in and recognized forms of contemporary art. Rancinan breaks with the conventional world of photography in order to follow a road that, although not solitary, remains unique.
Although his photographs are always inspired by the reality of our world nowadays, they are so much more than the mere face-value representation of such a reality. Rancinan’s works are poetic proposi-tions, fragments of an enlightened vision of our times.
The artist likes to start with a more classic inspiration - from Velázquez to Géricault - combining it with the influence of his encounters with Robert Rauschenberg or Paul McCarthy; the result is the pro-duction of pre-meditated creations for which Rancinan alone holds the secret.
Entering this surprising universe amounts to accepting the risk of discovering something new, to look elsewhere while the world’s gaze continues in more orthodox directions.
Every photograph of the artist’s creation is a punch to the gut, void of any stylish effect.
of the artist’s exhibitions is an exploration of destabilisation, from which one never emerges unscathed, but always stronger.

Internationally renowned, Gérard Rancinan’s art work is exhibited in the world’s most prestigious gallery and art museum and features in the most important contemporary art collections.

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