The themes of my work revolve around the inner envelope of plant, mineral and body.
I like to draw the viewer's attention to the softness, the sensuality, the beauty and sometimes the strangeness of the natural matter through its skin, its texture and its forms.
Here I chose a photographic series on the theme of plants. I like the vulnerability, the delicacy and the dreamlike side that vegetable matter can reveal. This enhancement of nature is not at all idealized or naturalistic. It is rather an invitation to a contemplative or even phantasmagorical journey of a world at once familiar and secret where the imagination in all its place.
My subjects are deliberately decontextualized to put the matter bare. The light draws the contour of the subject gently without rushing it. Plants are shown here in a state of weightlessness, in an almost abyssal world.
This light "staging" opens a door to the interior of each.
30 x 30 cm - 250€
60 x 40 cm - 400€
60 x 60 cm - 700€
120 x 120 cm - 1 200€
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Photographic School of Arles where he discovers the work in the room Linhof 4X5 (thanks to an internship with the Polish photographer Bogdan Konopka).
He begins at this time to photograph the vegetable matter and what they can evoke. In the early 2010s, Dimitri Roubichou switched to digital photography with the same approach but with different tools and more varied themes. He continues his work on the plant, the mineral and portraits. He exhibits today in Brittany and Nantes. His influences are diverse: paintings Yves Yves fire at the Paris of Eugène Atget but it is nature that inspires him the most ......