We All Live in Vegas: 320 Photographs by Francois Paolini

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If Francois Paolini feels "at home" in Las Vegas, it's because he has found here the possibility to create a world where man raises his eyes to the gods instead of keeping them fixed on the asphalt. Whether they depict a gold ingot, a dark pyramid that has dropped from a science-fiction sky, Legos for big kids or a concourse of giants, Paolini's photos are paintings of atmosphere that bring together in one image what the visitor has perceived without always analyzing, as well as a concentration of astonishing ...
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If Francois Paolini feels "at home" in Las Vegas, it's because he has found here the possibility to create a world where man raises his eyes to the gods instead of keeping them fixed on the asphalt. Whether they depict a gold ingot, a dark pyramid that has dropped from a science-fiction sky, Legos for big kids or a concourse of giants, Paolini's photos are paintings of atmosphere that bring together in one image what the visitor has perceived without always analyzing, as well as a concentration of astonishing dreams for those who were not there. Las Vegas as shown by Paolini is the last sacred ode to the outrageness that this modern, materialistic, down-to-earth world has forgotten. What a wonderful tribute paid to Las Vegas for its Centennial Celebration.
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Over the past 15 years, Francois Paolini has continually sought to cultivate his passion for images, with a capital I. He has worked as a photojournalist and won the World Press Photo Award in 1990. His work has been featured in Newsweek, Paris Match and Focus. Since 1999, Paolini has worked wih choreographer Maurice Bejart.
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