Morgane Delfosse
Photographer

Born in the north of France in 1991, Morgane Delfosse sees photography as an irrevocable vocation from her very young age. She chooses to tell the stories that surround her in this way, in a constant search for intimacy with her subjects.

Graduated from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts on 75 in Brussels after studying photography and art, Morgane lived and worked in the Belgian capital for nearly 10 years. She moved to Paris in September 2018 to pursue her career and return to a more documentary and personal practice of her medium. Since then, she has been dealing with social, feminist, and environmental issues.

Multifaceted photographer and committed portraitist, Morgane Delfosse collaborates with actors, artists, authors, theaters, and institutions. She joined the Hans Lucas studio in January 2019.

Morgane Delfosse
Photographer

Born in the north of France in 1991, Morgane Delfosse sees photography as an irrevocable vocation from her very young age. She chooses to tell the stories that surround her in this way, in a constant search for intimacy with her subjects.

Graduated from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts on 75 in Brussels after studying photography and art, Morgane lived and worked in the Belgian capital for nearly 10 years. She moved to Paris in September 2018 to pursue her career and return to a more documentary and personal practice of her medium. Since then, she has been dealing with social, feminist, and environmental issues.

Multifaceted photographer and committed portraitist, Morgane Delfosse collaborates with actors, artists, authors, theaters, and institutions. She joined the Hans Lucas studio in January 2019.

  • Ernie Barnes: In Rapture
    Apr 25 – Jun 15, 2024
    Ortuzar Projects
    New York, USA
    Ortuzar Projects is pleased to present Ernie Barnes: In Rapture, the gallery’s first exhibition of the late figurative painter Ernie Barnes (1938-2009) in collaboration with Andrew Kreps Gallery. Spanning five decades of Barnes’ career, this survey features genre paintings of sports, dance, musical performance and the joys of everyday life in his signature “neo-mannerist” style. Tracing the throughlines of elation and bodily movement throughout Barnes’ oeuvre (more…)