In short

MoMA announces the first U.S. exhibition to encompass photographer Stephen Shore’s entire career

The Museum of Modern Art announced Stephen Shore, the first U.S. survey to encompass the entirety of...

Laurent Henrion, Picto Prize for Young Fashion Photography recipient, exhibited in Paris

A selection of photographs by Laurent Henrion with which he was awarded the Picto Prize for Young Fa...

13th Photographic Festival of Brest: Rain of images

In 2017, the Festival Pluie d'Images looks at the notion of frontier. This imaginary line, which som...
Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet
Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet

‘Art begins with difficulty’ – André Gide

According to me, a photograph, like any other work, has to result from a ‘difficulty’. It has to relieve the moment of fight, surpassing itself, rebellion or pain that gave it life.

I particularly like these moments where I stage myself showing contempt for comfort, warmth and ease. I like to think that the image resulting from it will be marked by feelings and smells I impose on myself. I like that my photographs make feel everything.