Antoine Rose is a Belgian artist born in 1974. Antoine Rose, strapped and leaning outside on the skid of a helicopter with all doors removed, chooses the vertical point of view. Suspended in the air, 300 to 10,000 feet above its subject, the photographer immortalizes scenes that impose double reading, a real challenge. From a distance, the image is abstract and sometimes poetic. But when getting closer, the retina gradually guesses. Thousands of small colorful posts finally take life: a man sunbathing, a woman sitting under an umbrella. All the pieces of the puzzle are assembled and the details of numerous scenes of life unveils in front of our curious eyes. Another set, the Winter Games series is a collection of photos taken on the slopes of St. Moritz in Switzerland and at the ice rink of Central Park in New York. If the method remains the same, the artist here adopts a more minimalist approach. Gaining fame as a published artist, he is now collected by institutions and international brands such as the Museum of Arts & Design (MAD) New York (USA), Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (LVMH) Paris (France) and Tiffany & Co (Worldwide).