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Bugatti Type 59 - 1934

  • Prize
    Bronze in Advertising/Automotive
  • Photographer
    Pascal Dorothee

The Bugatti Type 59 is a sports car developed in 1933 by the French car manufacturer Bugatti. It won the 1936 Deauville Grand Prix, and the first post-war success of a Bugatti - the last on a French racetrack - in 1945, in the hands of Jean-Pierre Wimille at the Coupe de Paris.

Pascal Dorothée is a French photographer. Since his young age, he captures things visually and has developed his passion for photography.

At the age of 13 he was trained in the image by participating in audiovisual workshops. He learned silver photography and discovered the development and art of photographic print in the subdued light of the laboratory.

His graphic register is composed of urban landscapes, portraits and staging in which he allows his creativity to express himself and plays with the tablecloths of light and shade.

Today Pascal participates in several projects, biennal

Awards - Merit Award - Nature Art Exhibition - Art Room Gallery Online - March 2018
- Biennale Austria Spring Pop Up 2017
- Biennale Austria Salon de la Photographie 2017
- Nominee in Fine Art Awards 3rd Edition - 2017
- Honorable Mention in ND Awards 2017
- Cityscape Art Exhibition 2017 - Light Space & Time online Gallery