Honfleur, a coastal town in the Normandy region of France known for being the birthplace of Impressionist painting, will be showcasing Réhahn’s Fine Art photographs in an open-air exhibit from April until December 31st, 2023.
The exhibition features a collection of 40 works sized 80x120cm from Réhahn’s artistic periods including portraits, scenes of life, Precious Heritage, and his newest Memories of Impressionism series. The photographs will be spread along the town’s waterfront.
The exhibition is being held in partnership with the city of Honfleur in honor of the anniversary of 50 years of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and France.
The decision to hold the exhibition outdoors was made in response to the artistic heritage of the town and the way the changing light and colors inspired artists throughout history.
Visitors can view the photographs as they explore the historic area and imagine Impressionist painters such as Claude Monet and Eugene Boudin painting along the waterfront en plein air. The exhibition is free to the public and is a unique opportunity to experience the town’s artistic heritage in a new way with the dual purpose of raising awareness about the relationship between France and Vietnam.
The exhibition will be open to the public starting on the 8th of April.
he show is a must-see for anyone who loves photography and the history of Fine Art.
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