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L’Art du Métissage de Francis Gazeau - Vieux-Port - Marseilles
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Ten eye-catching, colourful and large-format images of French artist Francis Gazeau were still left from his outdoor exposition "L’Art du Métissage" at the Vieux Port in Marseilles that took place in June 2008. 


Mr. Gazeau took photos from people all over the world and blended them with natural structures. The result was quite impressive. Each picture was dominated by a certain colour range.

Gazeau was proud to present his artwork in the heart of Marseilles that is considered to be a melting pot of different cultures. All boats with their crews coming from the Mediterranean Sea and enter the Vieux Port passed this exposition and enjoyed the different colours of these pictures.

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Copyright: Chris Witzani
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8444x4222
Taken: 22/09/2008
Загружена: 15/09/2009
Обновлено: 15/05/2014
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Tags: francis gazeau; marseilles; vieux port; art; france; mediterranean
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