This photographer is one of the most eclectic in his subjects with whom we had the chance to work with. There is a constant that emerges in his works, the visible empathy that Johann feels for each of its models.
Despite the pomp, ritual, decorum and sometimes the tragedy, humanity is always emerging whether the photo is taken in a mega-church in Kiev or in high-rise of modern paganism places like “la foire du trône” (the fair of the throne) in Paris or the Cannes Film Festival.
Even on the toughest subjects, Johann Rousselot keeps a sincere, lively and lickerish eye for human little things. It is the human nature of his photography that puts us in the heart of the action with a sense of humor close from Martin Parr or of natural as you may discover in William Klein’s photos.
In this site, it is also the occasion to discover the big love for India of Johann Rousselot photographer. He has made an assiduous study of the 1000 faces of contemporary India. India who is learning his superpower and his breakthrough in modern capitalism, where poverty faces luxury. Through the work of Johann Rousselot, we embrace at a glance India as the whole, day and night, from rural to urban, from the humblest to the wealthy stressing all points of contact of this country continent has with modernity, all the faces of modern India!
A must see