Marco Giusfredi

Julien Legrand

Fabio Costa

Kramer O’Neill

Sebastien Bartoli

Nicolas Portnoï

Marco Giusfredi

Sylvain Biard

Jerome Lorieau

Thomy Keat
Fragment
Photo Collective

In autumn 2014, after a period rich with meetings and debates, the idea of a photo collective based in France occurred to us. Fragment was born to promote a common culture through individual and collective series drawn from street photography. These different works are a way for members of the collective to communicate and react to the surrounding world while at the same time remaining open to the multiple forms of contemporary photography.

Fragment Photo Collective is Fábio Costa, Jérome Lorieau, Julien Legrand, Kramer O’Neill, Marco Giusfredi, Nicolas Portnoï, Sébastien Bartoli, Sylvain Biard and Thomy Keat.

Marco Giusfredi
Fragment
Photo Collective

In autumn 2014, after a period rich with meetings and debates, the idea of a photo collective based in France occurred to us. Fragment was born to promote a common culture through individual and collective series drawn from street photography. These different works are a way for members of the collective to communicate and react to the surrounding world while at the same time remaining open to the multiple forms of contemporary photography.

Fragment Photo Collective is Fábio Costa, Jérome Lorieau, Julien Legrand, Kramer O’Neill, Marco Giusfredi, Nicolas Portnoï, Sébastien Bartoli, Sylvain Biard and Thomy Keat.

Julien Legrand

Fabio Costa

Kramer O’Neill

Sebastien Bartoli

Nicolas Portnoï

Marco Giusfredi

Sylvain Biard

Jerome Lorieau

Thomy Keat
  • Dorothy Sing Zhang: Like Someone Alive
    Publication
    Art Paper Editions / APE
    International
    Dorothy Sing Zhang unveils a compelling portrayal of humanity’s vulnerable state during sleep. The scene is set in the bedrooms of others. One is asked to be asleep, a squeeze cable release is placed under the pillow. The chance of one’s unconscious body rolling over and triggering the camera results in an exposure. Like Someone Alive expands these boundaries by withdrawing the traditional relationships between the photographer, the object and the camera. (more…)