Fine art Baryte handprint made by the photographer himself, size 40x60cm, edition of 25, signed and numbered.
Emile Luider, Dutch native, born in 1959 near Rotterdam and living in Paris. Master degree in photography at the Art Academy Sint Joost at Breda, Holland. He joined the prestigious photo agency Rapho in Paris. And was for more than 35 years working as a photographer/visual artist, travelling all over the world for assignments and own projects creating his images. He won several prestigious prices as two first prices ans one second price at World Press Photo Art Series with ‘Rotterdam’, ‘la Defense’ and ‘la Villette’. His work has been exposed on many exhibitions such as the exhibition about architecture photographers in the Parc de Sceaux (département Hauts-de-Seines, France).
Emile Luider has a particularly strong graphic style. Often people are just an accent in their environment. Fascinated by the diversity of our planet, he catches the visual wealth, playing with shape and light to raise a kaleidoscope of faces and landscapes. For Emile the shooting is essential, and the postproduction is reduced to minimal adjustments: “The world is so rich, beautiful, interesting, weird. Why change it? The most important thing is to develop your capacity, your sensibilty to see this world around you, select the items which personally intrigue you, and translate them in your personal art”.
His pictures are published in international magazines : Géo, Stern, Merian, Figaro magazine, Elegance, Vrij Nederland, Avenue, National Geographic Traveller, Time Magazine.. He worked for different clients : Endemol, Eurotunnel, EDF, Société Générale des Entreprises, Aéroports de Paris, Epamarne, Altarea, Carrefour, Air Liquide, Cegereal, Eau de Paris.