The Glam Pop Photography of Pierre-Marin Delaisi

The colors are bold, the postures are theatrical. A first look at the photography of Pierre-Marin Delaisi brings you to a world where the glitter of Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon and the aesthetic of Gaspar Noé’s Climax are never very far away. This aftertaste of avant-garde cinema is amplified by the brutal contrast between shiny lurex and horror accessories such as claws and eyeballs. But the mood of Delaisi’s pictures is not explicitly dark, quite the opposite, they are very playful. The visual universe of the French photographer is a genuine trip to a vintage nightclub with a burlesque theme. But while you’re enjoying yourself, don’t miss his witty social commentary on the contemporary depiction of gender and glamour in advertising and entertainment. Pierre-Marin Delaisi emphasizes the details, first with his choice of … Continue reading The Glam Pop Photography of Pierre-Marin Delaisi