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Photography03.10.2012

“Bodyscapes” by Jean-Paul Bourdier

“Bodyscapes” by Jean-Paul Bourdier

Jean-Paul Bourdier is a French born photographer currently based in California. Apart from his daily job as a professor in the department of architecture at UC Berkeley, Jean-Paul Bourdier takes beautiful pictures mixing body art and land art.  His series of photographs entitled “Bodyscapes” presents human bodies painted in such a way as they fully fade in the natural background that surrounds them. Jean-Paul Bourdier’s work has won several national and international awards including Guggenheim, American Council of Learned Societies, NEA, Graham, UC President’s humanities and Getty. Don’t hesitate to check out his portfolio or to follow him on Facebook to see much more.

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