Land Portraits ( 12 )

Ce que je n’ai pas vu au Japon

“What I didn’t see in Japan” is – as usual in my photowork – a photographic tentative for the scrutator to get inside the mood I felt when walking around a small town for some few days recently…

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December 11th, 2013
in Exhibitions · Land Portraits


Where do we go, what do we see – 2011

The bridge

As a young boy, I always wanted to know where the roads around my home were going. What was the best way to go from one point to another? What road was supposed to be closed but you could eventually use it in some specific spots? And so on… Then it made me feel “home” […]

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September 18th, 2011
in Exhibitions · Featured · Land Portraits


Discount Fuel

Discount Fuel project. Two thousands miles of ride in the south, one camera and the idea to gather visual prints of what can actually be seen in the USA. Four days to wipe out thirty years of exposure to American culture, four days to rework, reshape my vision of USA.


Bolivia in the air 2008

Archived exhibition

This exhibition is the second I present about Bolivia. The fisrt one was about Potosi’s mine… not so positive or encouraging… I decided to show another face of this country. This one is related to the incredibly changing atmosphere that you can get when you travel around the country. From the altiplano at four thousand […]

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November 28th, 2008
in Archives · Land Portraits


Namibia on the rock ! – 2009

Archived exhibition

This exhibition relates Namibia as you usually does not see it. I’ve been there, spent about one month going around from north to south. Many many wild animals other there of course. But there is much more to see in this “nowhere” landscape. It looks like it is the end of the world…

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November 17th, 2008
in Archives · Land Portraits


French farming

Archived exhibition

You cannot always go in holidays on the other side of the globe, even if attractive as an idea it is also I believe quite misleading. Indeed, one fail to see the beam in one’s eye but can very well think that it is more beautiful in a country in “-stan”. The French countryside is […]

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May 27th, 2006
in Archives · Land Portraits


Saïgon

Between 2000 and 2001, two visits in Saigon were the starting point of this work. Mainly taken by night these pictures illustrate my feeling of this huge and ever moving town. Traditions are still alive despite the modern face of the city. A paradoxical environment where the youngs do not see the olds and are […]



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