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Pauline Caplet is a french photographer specialized in analog photography.
Since 2016, she has been a photographer at Studio Baxton and the curator of Baxton Gallery in Brussels.
With the feeling of urgency and liberation, Pauline shows us her enigmatic vision of the world in perpetual motion, mysterious, vulnerable and imperfect. Her pictures bring us into a universe where real and unreal are closely intertwined.
Her work has published and exhibited some images of “BLACK HOLE II,” in Denver for The Big Picture Colorado, curated by Mark Sink, and the reportage “DISLOCATION” at Recyclart in Brussels.
She has also had many of collaborations in France and Belgium, for instance, with stylists Marie Van Gils, Alice Godin, Catalinna Jitaru, and also with MAD Brussels, ELLE Decoration Belgium.
She is the curator of the exhibition “Coup de Fourche” in Brussels, uniting artists from different genres, ranging from photography and etching to tattoo art.