David Feruch is a plastic photographer born in 1967 in Paris. During a family meal in the South of France, he photographs the guests around the table with an old Olympus: it is a revelation! He is 17 years old and wants to become a photographer.
He was trained by Bernard Chalon, the former war reporter who was converted into a photographer for Jean Paul Belmondo. In 1986, under the aegis of his mentor, David Feruch photographed around fifty portraits of the members of the Colbert Committee. He then learned how to master studio light alongside Dominique Lamy.
Having become a professional photographer, he worked for some time for the Bernard Baruch-Steinitz gallery, specializing in antiques.
At the end of the 1990s, he saw the immense artistic potential that resides in digital technology and was one of the first to use it to work on his works.
He combines photography, computer work and painting. His photos are the subject of collages, scans, corrections on the computer, are reprinted, modified in charcoal ... David Feruch likes to work on aluminum plates in order to give depth to his creations.
Movement, ascent and colors are key elements of his work. The curves make the fabrics dynamic. David Feruch likes to stage the blue sky, which gives his work an aerial side, timeless.
He exhibits regularly in Paris. In 2015, he took part in a collective exhibition in London, which inspired him the series of images "London Control". He then returned to a more abstract work with the exhibition “Under Water Up to the Stars”.
Following their meeting, the collector Colas Engel acquired several of his works which are now exhibited in New York.
Print : digigraphy
Dimensions cm | inch
60 x 60 x 2 cm
Print on Dibond
Black wood floater frame
Artwork dimensions including frame
65 x 65 x 4 cm
Numbered and limited to 4 copies 4 remaining copies
Work sold with an invoice and a certificate of authenticity
Hand-signed by artist