Visual Artist & Photographer

Born in 1967 -  Paris, France

 

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David Feruch's passion for photography awoke at the dawn of his 17th birthday on the occasion of a trip to the south of France he then applied himself with meticulous fervor to drawing the portrait of each of the members of his family in order to fix the fleeting senses of these precious moments with his loved ones

 

Observing this nascent passion, his father introduces him to his friends David also becomes the assistant of a celebrity portraitist and then a studio photographer whom he introduces to the subtleties of this art

 

Once the eye is seasoned Ferruce quickly works as a photographer of art objects with Bernard Baruch tennis Georgio salle by and Charles sacre for museum catalogues and interior designers he acquired during these years a mastery of the framing of light and color that allows him to treat with more accuracy and precision these subjects to which they lend mood and personality by playing on perspective and lighting modulation

 

In the 80s while Ferruce films a young woman on a white background he imports with his friends the image on a computer in order to create a graphic and sophisticated universe in which he has fun it will flourish as he pleases

 

It is a click for the artist who then adapted this technique to all his work consisting in particular in digitizing his collages to rework them in a constant back and forth between the physical image and the computer he thus shapes his so particular technique of this marriage were the first extraction in black and white then in color and it was in 2008 that the first pieces you printed on aluminum plates

 

Feruch will reintegrate a little the human figure into his work from sculpture and skis this charcoal the creativity of the artist constantly between figuration and abstraction in order to preserve all his emotional essence

 

Autoprtrait 1985
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lover's 1989
Autoprtrait 1985
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lover's 1989
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©DAVIDFERUCH