Fragment / Graine de Photographe
Mar 15 – Apr 22, 2018

Fabio Costa

Fragment Photo Collective is made up of 9 members: Fábio Costa, Jérome Lorieau, Julien Legrand, Kramer O’Neill, Marco Giusfredi, Nicolas Portnoï, Sébastien Bartoli, Sylvain Biard and Thomy Keat, who have been roaming the streets of the world for over 15 years to deliver their vision of today’s society.

 

Sylvain Biard

Fabio Costa

Jerome Lorieau

Julien Legrand

Kramer O’Neill

Kramer O’Neill

Marco Giusfredi

Nicolas Portnoï

Sebastien Bartoli

Nicolas Portnoï

This exhibition at the Graine de Photographe Gallery aims to present a vision of Paris in the great tradition of street photography. It also reflects the personal universe of each member of the collective.

Under the gaze of Atget, Brassaî or Henri Cartier-Bresson, the contemporary street photo is on Île Saint-Louis Paris for the launch of Fragment Magazine Volume 2.

Close to the documentary but produced from a graphic and not without humor, the photographs of Fragment serve the same purpose: the beautiful image.

 

Fragment Photo Collective
March 15 – April 22, 2018 / Graine de Photographe
Opening reception, March 15th, at 7pm at 14 Quai de Bethune, Paris.
Please visit the website of Fragment Collective >

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