Émile Savitry

The Académie de la Grande Chaumière, cafés like Le Dôme, La Rotonde, and La Coupole, artists’ studios where nude models used to pose, Boulevard Edgar Quinet and jazz clubs: this was the heart of Montparnasse where Émile Savory began his painting career, started as photographer, and frequented his sculptors, painters, poets and musicians friends. It…

Pierre de Vallombreuse

This project puts forth the relationship that 11 indigenous minorities share with their environment and reveals how this relationship is affected by the intrusion of the modern world. Their situation brings us back to ours. What is our relationship with nature? Is the link not broken between the planet and our western societies? Create awareness…

Edouard Boubat

Boubat was born in Montmartre, Paris. He studied typography and graphic arts at the École Estienne and worked for a printing company before becoming a photographer. In 1943 he was subjected to service du travail obligatoire, forced labour of French people in Nazi Germany, and witnessed the horrors of World War II. He took his…

Lise-Anne Giguere Marsal

I started in this business as a hair and makeup artist 20 years ago. It’s a world I love and understand, even though it is sometimes crazy and superficial. I started photography late in my career, simply with my children, their cousins and friends in my home state of Massachusetts and on vacation in Maine….

Lise Sarfati

Born in Oran, French Algeria, Sarfati grew up in Nice, France, graduating in Russian from the Sorbonne in 1979 with a thesis on Russian photography. In 1986, she became the official photographer for the Académie des Beaux Arts. From 1989 to 1998, she lived in Russia, photographing decaying industrial sites and abandoned young people[clarification needed]…

Sophie-Anne Herin

Sophie-Anne Herin begins her artistic career in Bologna, where she graduates at Dams. She works as an actress in various theater companies, participating also in some theater productions with the Navile Theatre. In 2006 she moves to France in Paris : here she continues her artistic training by studying Barbara Dauville’s Drama Therapy and she…

Jacques-Henri Lartigue

  Jacques Henri Lartigue was unknown as a photographer until 1963, when, at 69 years old, his work was shown for the first time in a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. That same year, a picture spread published in Life magazine in an issue on John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s death also…

Francis Giacobetti

Thirty years ago, a cult book published by Phaidon Press Limited created a stir in the world of photography. Techniques of the World’s Great Photographers included Francis Giacobetti in the very closed circle of the world’s forty greatest photographers since the beginning of photography. Those whose style is instantly recognizable. Daguerre, Henry Fox Talbot, Nadar,…

Lucie Bremeault

After spending her childhood in Brittany, always a camera in her hands, Lucie arrives in Paris and quickly dedicate herself to professional photography. Altough she began by photographing Paris and its monuments, she quickly discovers the universe of studio. Worshiper of perfection and flawless images, she decides to devote herself to the picture of beauty….

Solitudes et autres étrangetés, Eric Bénier-Bürckel

Guardar Born in 1971 in Paris, Eric Bénier–Bürckel is professor of philosophy and writer. He began his photographic work in 2013. His research, on the bottom as on the form, tends to put the representation in question or even create discomfort in representation. It is turned primarily towards experimentation. Guardar

Thierry Bansront

  French photographer, since january 2014, living in Uzes in the south of France. I am primarily a portrait painter, lover of faces and emotions that can restore a look, an expression of body movement. I have a preference for rendering homage to the painting of the neoclassical period. the set of lights and colors…

Aurore Valade

Aurore Valade is a french photographer born in 1981. She creates images that play with the iconic register of scenography. In these elaborate stagings, we are often confronted with clichés, meaningful reflections of a social, economic or cultural situation in contemporary life.   Save

Christophe Huet

French retoucher Christophe Huet is a true photoshop Master! His work is fascinating. He is the one who creates the famous advertising for Playstation, but also some for Nike, Motorola, Surfrider Foundation….

Elene Usdin

  “I was terrified of my dolls when I was little. I used to think they came alive at night, that they’d open their eyes and come at me. I used to have nightmares,” says French photographer Elene Usdin of the time she and her family lived in Quebec. “I was four and we were…

Solitudes et autres étrangetés, Eric Bénier–Bürckel

Eric Bénier–Bürckel is professor of philosophy and writer. He began his photographic work in 2013. His research, on the bottom as on the form, tends to put the representation in question or even create discomfort in representation. It is turned primarily towards experimentation. Save

David Bellemere

David Bellemere was born and raised in Paris. He discovered photography during his high school years, which led him to study visual arts after his Baccalaureate. While in college, David caught the eye of various French magazines that commissioned him in his early 20s. After graduation David decided to combine his 2 passions, photography and…

Pierre Jamet

Pierre Jamet is a French photographer and singer, born 24 May 1910 in Saint-Quentin (Aisne) and died on August 17, 2000 in Belle-Ile-en-Mer (Morbihan). He is a representative of humanist photography, and was a member of the vocal quartet Les Quatre Barbus.