Humanistic Views ( 15 )

Julie, 18 ans : Chauffeur routier / Julie, 18 years old: Truck driver

Sur les routes 9h par jours, 5 jours sur 7, Julie est une jeune femme qui navigue dans une profession pleine de testostérone. // On the road 9 hours a day, 5 days a week, Julie is a young woman who evolving inside a profession full of testosterone.

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February 17th, 2018
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“The Commons” The Extreme Builders

This selection is part of a work I started a long time ago about men at work.  I took these pictures along one day I spend in this house close to my home in a small village nearby Grenoble. This is an experimental and radical experience on the rehabilitation of a house in a fully […]

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January 15th, 2017
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Espace Théatral saison 2000

In 2000 I had the chance to follow a theatre group that played in incongruous places. Joinery, old church, car washing station, buchery, car garage are some of the typical places where they performed.


Life in Eastern India

Darjeeling district hospital

If we (“we” being: Chris Huby and Arnaud De Grave) are able to present this exhibition about India it is because of some sort of an accident. Our original plan was to visit and shoot in Bangladesh via contacts in an NGO working on site, therefore getting to interesting and remote areas. It was our […]

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July 3rd, 2011
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Faces of Eastern India

India - Kolkata

If we (“we” being: Chris aka Yub and Hern42 aka Arnaud) are able to present this exhibition about India it is because of some sort of an accident. Our original plan was to visit and shoot in Bangladesh via contacts in an NGO working on site, therefore getting to interesting and remote areas. It was […]

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July 3rd, 2011
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The man in front of his environment – 2010

It has been 15 years or so that I walked, with my camera, throughout the world.

I like that.

And yet it started rather badly, at a time of a great love crisis, following a painful separation which led me back to the demons of major loneliness, things which I was not unaware of when I was child… Well, back then, I needed to walk through it, you can trust me.

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August 4th, 2010
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African portraits

In Benin the Klui-Klui is adeep fried arachide stick. Klui-Klui is made by groups of women that sell them on the market. It is a basic source of revenue for many families. I love the smiles and the simplicity of these faces. Their dignity is very impressive. Men are occupyed by running the machines. But […]



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