Why would anyone in their right mind decide to start an online photography gallery? Here’s why, for me at least!
When I decided to start Aurélie’s Gallery, it was clear to me it needed to reflect who I was and what I believed in. That principle guided me when putting the business together.
Here’s what is important to me.
I started Aurelie’s Gallery to champion and support photographers I love.
Case in point, Jimmy Katz.
The best and worst experiences since launching the gallery.
From Tehran, Iran, to New York, Kourosh Sotoodeh followed his passion for photography.
The launch, and the following days.
“Reappropriation” is a collaborative effort between Kiritin Beyer, a French & Danish photographer, and Parris Jaru, a Jamaica-born painter.
I love Javier Vallhonrat approach to color – it’s very painterly and makes me think of Impressionism.
Jimmy Katz approaches photography like a jazz musician approaches music. There’s a plan, yes, but there’s always room for last-minute changes and for magic. Like in jazz, things are calculated AND free – a perilous exercise many fail, but one Jimmy excels in.
Nan Goldin’s photographs are not always easy to face. They show hardship, violence and pain. But they also, and more importantly, show life – the good, the bad, and the ugly of it.