Waterhouse & Dodd
is now bringing a selection of the artist’s newest hyperphotos to Art Wynwood 2015 with a booth given over entirely to these hypnotic, large-scale visual feasts. In homage to the fair’s host city—and specifically its Wynwood Walls
project, conceived of by the late developer and arts patron Tony Goldman, who makes an appearance in Wynwood Walls C
(2015)—this new series features the Walls in all their tagged and marked-up glory. Like the Walls themselves, covered end-to-end with the work of numerous street artists, Rauzier’s hyperphotos pop. In keeping with what he once described
as his “attempt to reveal every element of a place,” the artist has not necessarily stayed true to life in these works. Rather, he has created vivid pileups of the individual walls, which zigzag up and down and across the picture plane in densely packed rows and layers.