Located in the thriving Upper-Marais in Paris, France and nested in a magnificent 17th century mansion, the gallery offers a true contemporary space which is both open to the outside and accessible to everyone
Nathanaël Fournier is a French 34 year-old photographer. Living between France, Corsica and Belgium with a small bag, his dog and his film cameras, he catches moments of everyday life and street scenes.
In 1999 I took a path leading away from the main road that followed the Da- nube Delta. Passing through a gate, I found myself within a group of anachro- nistic buildings, attracted by the energy they seemed to emanate.
Rugby is the most beautiful, the biggest, the noblest of sports. Cycling, boxing and sailing are approaching. They also demand that they go to the paroxysm of pain. But these disciplines are practiced solo.
Tokyo had always been a special place to me from my first visit. Since then, each of my travels there has meant a sort of break dedicated to an emotional research and sometimes even more to an inspirational flat-out.
This serie is an immersion in London. The colorful playground of Picadilly Circus, the darkness of little streets, the anthill of “La City”, all those places where I catch the everyday and the essence of the crowd.
This series is an exploration of the female body. Inspired by the freedom which emerges from her model, Clémence Elman chooses to represent the female outlines in a poetic way, but also without artifice.
Nathanaël Fournier is a 34 year-old photographer from France. Walking around France, Corsica and Belgium with only one little bag and his dog and his film cameras, he catches moments of everyday life and street scenes.
Thoses pictures are driven by the need to feel alive, witnessing the development of someone’s physical & mental condition.What doesn’t kill you make you stronger. That said, some deeper wounds may break some parts of your being forever.
Dark Zoo is the product of several expeditions to various French wildlife parks. Through this series of animal portraits, I’m trying to convey emotions while attempting to disregard the prefabri- cated environment of the zoo
Paris (May 13 – September 9, 2017) No American road trip looms larger in our collective consciousness than the one bound west, and has been both the favorite subject and a formidable challenge for most artists, from Robert Frank to Jack Kerouac.
Angouleme (March 25th -April 30th 2017) Photographic Emotion is a festival of photography which takes place in Angouleme and the extensive surrounding area of the Charente, from March 25th to April 30th, 2017.
Greenland is, undeniably, suffering the effects of climate change. And over the last few decades, its society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel.
Olivier Valsecchi’s new series “Amazon” is a gallery of post-apocalyptic portraits where half-prehistoric half-Disney characters are photographed in front of an ancient wall carpet depicting an eerie jungle.
This series is the fruit of my long loneliness roaming in the fields and forests during winter time. I began this trip in order to empty my head of all the useless and deleterious so called emergencies that spoil our lives.
Opio (Sep 29 – Dec 31) To commemorate the 30th anniversary of Jacques Henri Lartigue’s death, OPIOM Gallery partners with the city of Opio and the Donation Jacques Henri Lartigue to organize a retrospective exhibition
In photography, I’m working with two different tools, so let’s say I’ve two camera bags. In the first one, you can find an entry level reflex, which is a Nikon D5000 with two lenses (a 18-105 mm and a 50mm 1.8) and a Manfrotto Tripod
Amelie Labourdette interrogates through her photographic work, which is in the landscape, is a priori invisible. There is always a blurred area of concern, a landscape underneath the visible landscape, which is not given at first gaze.
What’s the purpose of his presence in these places? Is he looking for his own kid ? Is he looking for his own childhood? Is he one of these adults affected by the “Peter Pan syndrome “? Is he trying to trick the old age? Perhaps this series talks about mourning.
A picture is worth more than words, I decided to show it by photographing anonymous people who could be our neighbors, the retailer where we go every day, a person who passes in the street you look and who you look, a smile sometimes.
Opio (05.02.2016 — 14.03.2016) Olivier Valsecchi’s new Drifting series is a journey through art history where each picture merges the tradition of the reclining nude with the still life painting genre from Flanders.
The theatre troupe les Moutons Noirs (the black sheep), started their 2015 fantastic and unique journey by preparing not one but two plays to play in Avignon festival, the biggest french theatre event of the year, which takes place in July.
Confront the immensity of buildings, this strange urban jungle made of concrete, glass, streets and avenues. This example of a perfect city, at every corner, bystanders from around the world : The famous Melting-pot. New York, the most populous city of the new world, perfect playground to go to meet each other.