Jean Claude Allard

The Chelsea International Photography Competition

December 17 - January 12, 2021

Reception: Thursday, December 19, 2020, 6-8 PM

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Jean Claude Allard is a French plastic arts photographer whose intense curiosity and travels have preserved his childlike soul in his contemporary photographs.

He metamorphosizes trivial objects into complex, layered mental images which visually expand into resolutely abstract works of art. He endeavors to give viewers a personal way of observing the world by bridging the gap between what forces us to see and what the aesthetic sense can propose to our eyes. Ultimately, by bringing attention to the objects around us, Allard encourages viewers to a newfound view of the world and all its poetry.

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Jean Claude Allard

The Chelsea International Photography Competition

December 17 - January 12, 2021

Reception: Thursday, December 19, 2020, 6-8 PM

Entre Les Murs Palestine 11
Entre Les Murs Palestine 11

Digital on Dibond
30" x 30"

Jean Claude Allard is a French plastic arts photographer whose intense curiosity and travels have preserved his childlike soul in his contemporary photographs.

He metamorphosizes trivial objects into complex, layered mental images which visually expand into resolutely abstract works of art. He endeavors to give viewers a personal way of observing the world by bridging the gap between what forces us to see and what the aesthetic sense can propose to our eyes. Ultimately, by bringing attention to the objects around us, Allard encourages viewers to a newfound view of the world and all its poetry.

Entre Les Murs Palestine 11
Entre Les Murs Palestine 11
Entre Les Murs Palestine 06
Entre Les Murs Palestine 06
Entre Les Murs Palestine 10
Entre Les Murs Palestine 10
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View Jean Claude Allard's Past Exhibitions

The Chelsea International Photography Competition | December 17 - January 12, 2021

The Infinity of Thoughts
50" x 50" - Acrylic on Canvas
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