Cédric Ponge - L'escalier qui mène nulle part.
L'escalier qui mène nulle part.
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Cédric Ponge

PongeIn 1975, La Rochelle sees being born a future artist. Any young already, Cédric Ponge is fascinated by the image, the drawing, the design. At the very beginning, the art of the graffiti seizes him. He(it) runs with talent and takes advantage of it, during each of his(its) creations, to exercise other one of his(its) passions: the photo. The graphics(handwritting) and the image are of such a strength to him, as it plunges then into computer graphic designer’s training(formation), then decides to deepen(fathom) its knowledge on the photo, to integrate(join) a school photo in Lyon. During all these years, he(it) will be beside Mark Buscail, photo-reporter, and assists him(it).
Since he(it) steals his(its) own wings by asserting his(its) sensibility and his(its) own rules. He proposes and places his images, in the edition(publishing), of the postcard to the magazine, as well as various exhibitions(exposures). He(it) avoids(flees) the studio and his(its) subtleties and blooms on the ground and in the report with love and conviction, attracted(enticed) by the human being and his(its) spontaneity.
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