Aerial, twirling, light, Julien Benhamou's photography is choreographic. Outdoors or indoors, a dynamic builds up as a rhythmic bar with which you can't get bored. The picture is certainly fixed but the object is versatile, volatile, mobile, animated by the cadence. The viewer is out of breath, the show is alive: it comes to life in front of his eyes to allow him to join the dance. Through his art, Benhamou captures the poetry of curves and lines tight and banded. He offers the aestheticism show, the petrified movement, fixed in eternity.
In poses liberated from conventions, references to fashion icons, artificial lights, games of material and weave, dancers - models make us forget the academic image of the classical ballets. Probably because his models are artists, dancers, great dancers, elegance itself.
" Artists usually have strong personalities, they make great models and are a source of inspiration! These dancers are unique because they have the balance and the flow of a fashion model and sometimes even far superior to a model! They are artists and interprets, preoccupied by the final result, and not only by their own image drowned in the whole process. They don't only want to be beautiful in the picture, they want the final result to be creative and their image to be strong or unusual. And this is even a greater challenge!"