Georges Rousse

is a photographer, painter, and installation artist, who lives and works in Paris, France. Rousse’s installations extend far beyond photography. His constructive use of space requires both sculpting and painting to achieve his vision. In addition, his familiarity with architecture helps blend the architectural elements of a site with his artistic constructions. The setup is immortalized in a photograph. Many of his works can only be fully appreciated when photographed, since the installations were intended to be viewed from a specific angle.

Georges Rousse, Ruesselsheim, 2003.
Georges Rousse, Metz, 1994.
Georges Rousse, Rouen II, 2005.
Georges Rousse, Vitry, 2007.
Georges Rousse, Casablanca I, 2003.