Lauren Marsolier, ‘Carousel ’, 2008, Galerie Richard

Created from multiple photographs, each composition is shaped slowly, through trial and error. This approach allows her to represent the world as a mental experience. Between virtual and physical reality, collector William M. Hunt coined this new word to define her works: e-scapes.

Reproduction of this artwork in Transition Lauren Marsolier, Kerber publications, 2014, p 36, The Plumed Nest, Daily Serving magazines

Signature: Artist's signature on the back of the photograph

Volta Art Fair, Switzerland, June 2016
Galerie Richard Paris, November 2014
Galerie Richard New York, January 2014
Houston Center for Photography, May 2013

Transition Lauren Marsolier, Kerber publications, 2014
Lenscratch: 'Lauren Marsolier Transition' by Aline Smithson, October 6, 2014
The Plumed Nest: Lauren Marsolier, Crush, May 29, 2014
ETSU Photo News: 'Contemporary Photographer Series Lauren Marsolier', April 25, 2014
NY Art Beat: 'Lauren Marsolier Transition', January 09, 2014
Design Observer Group: 'Landscape and illusion', December 12, 2013
The Atlantic: '5 intriguing things' by Alexis Madrigal, December 9, 2013
La Crèmerie: 'Lauren Marsolier' by Bassem J, September 11, 2013
Feature Shoot: 'Digitally assembled landscapes in Transition by Lauren Marsolier' by Julia Sabot, May 29, 2013
Resonant City: 'Interstitial Spaces: The Visual Dream of Filip Dujardin and Lauren Marsolier, March 4, 2013
British Journal of Photography: 'Ones to watch Lauren Marsolier' by Aaron Rothman, January 14, 2013
Photo District News: 'Lauren Marsolier's psychological landscapes' by Conor Risch, October 4, 2012
Daily Serving: 'Fan Mail Lauren Marsolier' by Celie Dailey, July 7, 2012

Direct from the artist's studio

About Lauren Marsolier