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No Limit: Patrick Curtet realized the energy-packed sports & lifestyle series 'JUST...' on the streets of LA – with photography from a single source

“Is there a city with more inspiration than Los Angeles? This city never stops rolling; there is always something happening. Each street or corner is a potential location for a photo or film shoot.” French motion & photography duo MP Curtet has worked in the Californian metropolis for three years now – and it doesn’t look like they’re going to stop putting the pedal to the metal anytime soon. They have just produced an energetic sports & lifestyle spread including a dynamic spot.

“The series expresses our vision of 'always staying true to who you are'. With a modern style in a suspended moment in time, there is a cinematographic series of images followed by a short film to show how photo and film can be combined in the same style” the creative duo tells GoSee. 

CREDITS Model: Eva Flores, Wardrobe Stylist: Holly Copeland, Hair & Make-Up: Lucy Crawford, Production: MJ 68 Productions, Art Direction: DWAIN -, Post Production & Editing: DWAIN Axel Bonnot.
02.04.2019 // show complete article

'Cadillac shines on the streets of NYC' – French transportation photographer Patrick Curtet based in LA photographed the CADILLAC brand campaign for the agency ROKKAN

Photographer PATRICK CURTET presents his new work for the client CADILLAC and the agency Rokkan on GoSee: 'Cadillac shines on the streets of NYC'. "What could be a better assignment than getting to shoot the iconic Cadillac brand on the streets of New York?" French photographer and Los Angeles resident PATRICK CURTET tells GoSee.

The transportation specialist was the lucky man who had the honor of capturing the entire new imagery for the brand campaign over the course of ten wonderful days of production, on which Patrick and his team – consisting of no less than 35 motivated and talented members – explored the streets of NYC to photograph at locations that underscore the brand image.

"The brief for the team was to tell stories about four models: the ATS V, CT 6, CT6 V, and the brand's flagship SUV – the Escalade." says Patrick Curtet. The photos were shot for the client CADILLAC under the executive of agency Publicis' subsidiary ROKKAN, with production by MJ 68 and post production by Curve Digital.
12.02.2019 // show complete article

The film 'MONSTER' revisited by transportation specialist Patrick Curtet, with photos fit for the big screen for you on GoSee and on display at

Following his extremely successful first solo exhibition in Hollywood last September, French photographer and LA resident PATRICK CURTET is continuing to develop his concept of 'The 25TH frame'. He tells us about the wonderful title: "As the cinema traditionally used 24 frames per second to tell a story, I am using a 25th to express my own vision of various iconic Hollywood films. The film 'Monster' served as the inspiration for my latest series." See all previous works themed upon The 25th Frame on his website: His works are now appearing in the print version on

About LA|MIAMI ART SHOW. AC Gallery presents the third annual LA|MIAMI ART SHOW 2019 in partnership with Artsy taking place concurrently with the LA Art Show. Rising contemporary artists living on the cultural coasts will converge in Hollywood to give an eclectic glance into the art of today, setting the precedent for a new year of contemporary art exhibitions and programming at AC Gallery. The show is open primarily to independent, emerging artists seeking to present projects and works in an intimate, established gallery setting while gaining invaluable experience to further their respective careers. LA|MIAMI ART SHOW will showcase over 30 artists working in contemporary fine art at AC Gallery’s 4,000 square foot gallery space in all media types including Abstract, Art Objects, Conceptual, Craft, Minimalist, Photography, Pop Art, Representational, Sculpture, and Works on Paper with limited edition prints and artist merchandise.
05.02.2019 // show complete article