REMÈDES GALERIE
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MARY ROZZI

Son travail régulier pour des revues telles que The Hollywood reporter, Billboard, TimeOut L.A. l’amène à faire les portraits des plus grands de Meryl Streep, Jessica Chastain, Asia Argento, Salma Hayek Michelle Williams et bien d'autres.

Elle réalise également des captures de performances et des films sur des artistes reconnus de la scène artistique, musicale ou de la danse contemporaine : Bintou Dembélé, Lawrence Rothman, Anne Plamondon, Tasya van Ree, Lia, Lil Nas X...

Troublée par la représentation de la femme dans les médias qu'elle juge loin des réalités et de l'émergence du dialogue sur la place, l'identité et la position des femmes dans notre société, elle décide de créer le magazine « The September Issues », une publication semestrielle engagée dans laquelle elle invite des artistes féminines à évoquer la société d’aujourd’hui au travers de thématiques de société. Portant ainsi une voix plus féminine que féministe et un regard sensible sur les changements de paradigmes actuels.

Cette expérience influence son travail et sa relation aux autres. Exprimant avec encore plus de liberté ce que sa sensibilité artistique capte elle réalise, au fil de ses rencontres, une série de portraits qui se retrouvent dans sa première exposition personnelle présentée par Remèdes Galerie à Paris.

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Over the years, Rozzi became increasingly disillusioned by fashion and commercial photography, which had transitioned predominantly to a digital format, and seemed to be less collaborative and experimental than it once was. She craved an outlet for her creative pursuits — one that defied compartmentalization, challenged conventional beauty standards, and celebrated uninhibited expression. In 2015, Rozzi moved to Los Angeles, and in 2017, she launched the biannual print magazine ​The September Issues. ​The magazine served as​ ​a platform where women contributors could share their stories, creative visions, and what inspires them. What began as a bi-annual printed magazine has since evolved to include a digital platform that features multimedia work by women artists, musicians, writers, thinkers, and activists who are underrepresented in mainstream media. The ethos of ​The September Issues​ is to educate through inspiration.

Rozzi’s extensive body of work includes portraits of Lil Nas X, Yara Shahidi, Lupita Nyong’o, Laura Harrier, Winnie Harlow, Tyra Banks, and Salma Hayak and Meryl Streep. Her photographs have a divine intimacy to them, and are stylized in a way that often veers on the uncanny. Her work is striking in its ability to capture the subject's raw essence. The artist fosters a collaborative and comfortable environment on set, working closely with the makeup artists, stylists, and her subjects in order to create an organic image.

Currently, Rozzi is offering workshops in Pioneertown and Los Angeles. ​With her extensive knowledge and experience, Rozzi teaches students how to tell a story with their work, and offers insights into what it means to be a photographer in today’s climate. She hopes to keep the art of analog photography alive, and educate students through inspiration.

Mary Rozzi est une photographe et réalisatrice américaine. Diplômée de la Parsons School of Design, elle a fait ses débuts dans la mode auprès de grands photographes tels que Satoshi Saikusa, Michel Comte ou encore David La Chapelle avant de se lancer dans sa propre carrière de photographe. Elle vit alors là où son travail la mène : New York, Paris, Londres et Los Angeles.​

Elle collabore avec la presse et travaille pour des annonceurs prestigieux tels que La Perla, Yves Saint Laurent, Ferragamo, l'0réal, Jérôme Rousseau. Ses séries modes et beauté figurent dans les revues Numéro, Esquire, Nylon, Elle, Vanity Fair, InStyle, etc...

Mary Rozzi is an American photographer, cinematographer, educator, and director based in Los Angeles. Obsessed with quality and a master of her trade, Rozzi has been shooting with film for over 25 years, and is among the top five female analog photographers in the industry. The artist began her career working as an assistant for portrait photographer Michael Lavine while studying at Parsons School of Design in New York City. Her strong work ethic and passion for her craft helped her to quickly climb the ranks in the industry, despite facing adversity for being a young woman.

After working in New York for 12 years assisting renowned photographers including Michel Comte, Satoshi Saikusa, and David LaChapelle, Rozzi moved to Paris to hone her craft. In Paris, Rozzi found the freedom to experiment with her visual style, and learned to tell a story with a series of photographs. In addition to her personal work, Rozzi shot campaigns for luxury brands including La Perla, Ferragamo, and Yves Saint Laurent. Working with lingerie brand La Perla was particularly formative for the artist, as she developed her unique feminine perspective and ability to capture fleeting moments of intimacy and grace.

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