______recent works _______________________________________
The work shown here represents my current experiment where I use new technologies
to add such dimension as " time " in my pictures.
Multiples  

You think you know a person ...
but have you seen him/her from all angles ?

 

Le ballon vert  

A shortl staging made lively with animated pictures

 

Fluids  

Sequential shots using a camera and a computer, which enables time to go faster.


Panoramics  

Panoramas 360° shown with a model.

 

Vitruve  

Free and lively interpretation of the Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci

 

César  

The bust of Caesar found in the Rhône in Arles (France) gives me the opportunity to imagine what the face of Caesar in his lifetime could have been like.

 

Portraits  

Portraits of five artists living in Arles.


You Tube

Daily Motion

 

In 2010, I was greeted as a resident artist at the Espace Van Gogh in Arles.
There are still traces of my time spent there on my own space on You Tube : http://www.youtube.com/user/raymoonphoto on Daily Motion :
http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance/search/raymoonphoto#hp-h-9

 

RAY SUN PHOTO  

I give photography courses in Fontvieille. Grip of the camera, shooting in emblematic places of my Provence , Arles, Saint Rémy de Provence, the Camargue. The course continues with the managing and editing your images.

 

Photo Workshops  

I teach also photography in Boulbon, in the summer, with my friend Ingo Hoffmann : painter, engraver, sculptor, and lithographer.


Visit the website (in German): stages photo
or contact me: Raymond Martinez

 

raymoonphoto

 

One of my images in the series Le Souffle du Temps Breath of Time was used for the cover of the latest novel by American writer Richard Powers entitled Orfeo .

To see the image in its entirety, see the page on the page dedicated to the series Le Souffle du Temps. The picture is the sixth in the first book click here

 

 

 

chevalets

 

I Had the opportunity to discover the Art Therapy workshop of the psychiatric clinic Saint Paul in Saint Remy de Provence and I was dazzled by the vision of the easels used by patients.

The clinic received the famous painter Vincent Van Gogh. So it is with emotion That I Entered this place Devoted to painting. I discovered the wooden trestles, Where color betrays the disappearance of works that were born by the patients brushes. These rectangles surrounded by colors appeared to me as ghostly image of the missing paintings. They were echoed in the works of Vincent.