Lucien Clergue, first photographer to be elected to the Académie des Beaux Arts in Paris, has published more than 75 books and numerous films. The artist’s life was made by encounters and friendships, his images of Picasso, Cocteau or St John Perse bear witness to these intimate exchanges between exceptional souls.Awaiting the opening of Lucien […]Read more "Lucien Clergue"
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 […]Read more "David Bellemere"
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Alexandra Boulat was born in Paris, France, May 2nd 1962 and died in Paris on the 5th of October 2007. She was originally trained in graphic art and art history, at the Beaux Arts in Paris. In 1989 she follows the step of her father Photographer Pierre Boulat, who worked for LIFE magazine for 25 […]Read more "Alexandra Boulat"
Stéphane Coutelle is a French photographer and director, known for his stunning portraits of women, who has succeeded in combining a fine art and a commercial career. Insomnies, to be released April 2014, combines intimate pictures of women with mysterious night landscapes. Shoebox Studio, released by Damiani in March 2012, is a artless series of […]Read more "Stéphane Coutelle"
Alice Lemarin has always been interested in images. Passionate about cinema, she made her first videos and had fun making short films before breaking her video camera. It is however this event, at the age of 16, that will allow her to discover her mother’s old camera. This discovery marks the beginning of her adventure […]Read more "Alice Lemarin"
If my pictures should have a meaning, it could be this one: capture inexplicable moments, unique, strange, magical moments. Instants of a second, like the blink of an eye… Images that comes from our most intimal thoughts… I like working in dark sets where the beauty comes from strong contrast. Lost worlds from our imagination; […]Read more "Julie Annabelle Schimel"
Eric Antoine was born in 1974. At the age of 20 he left France for the first time to meet his best friend in New York. A few days later his friend kicked him out of his place but he met a way more reliable companion: his first Nikon Fm2 and a Kodak triX film. […]Read more "Éric Antoine"
French photographer Antoine D’agata’s work is dark, introspective and shockingly bold. A photographer for Magnum Photos, Antoine has published over 5 books.Read more "Antoine d’Agata"