Wednesday, October 10, 2012


reporter: Miguel Dominguez

On September 17th at Brasserie Beaumarchais, one of the most unassuming but elegant, and nicest restaurants in the HiLine District, Photographer/Artist Jerome Lucani had a wonderful exhibit of his mosaic like photos, with the single exception of a female nude done in relief.

Born in Marseille in1974, Jerome has brought sculpture to photography with the idea that this medium should not suffer with time. Mastering glazing, lacquer, and resin, each piece is unique and most are one of a kind. He then worked on mosaics, exploring the soul of his subjects, fixing in time a story, and understanding of their past.

This timeless vision brought him to mix such iconic people as Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn, Queen Elizabeth, and many more. Some biographical, some lost in the sea of the rich and famous, bringing the question of superficiality and improbable fame.

Amanda Dickerson, Gustavo Rizerio and Joseph Grazi

Avalon Jazz Band

Len Walker with Celia Ipiotis

 Jerome with Blogger friend Tia Walker and with his publicist Lee Ann of the McNeill Art Group

Jerome’s work is present in art charity events in the New York scene and has been commissioned for private collections in 3 continents.

Sioan Bethel, Pedro Batista, Jan Joroff and Russel Nelso Orti

Karen Clement at right, and friend

To See More Photos of this Event, CLICK HERE

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