The La Forest Divonne gallery in Paris is presenting Grand Sud, an exhibition of works by Jérôme Bryon. The show runs until June 25.
This second, solo exhibition of the French photographer (* 1974), presents works from his two most recent series, in which Bryon transforms rather unattractive public spaces into impressive images. Contrary to the techniques of a documentary photographer, he manages to achieve this new perspective, by looking for the artistic visual components in his surroundings.
With a soft spot for detail, for special textures and unusual structures, Bryon manages to produce extremely artistic and aesthetic images in the midst of gloomy, industrial districts and in the immediate surroundings of the Grand Sud shopping centre.
The book Possibilité de survie en milieu hostile - Way to survive in a hostile environment, will appear in parallel to the exhibition. It is published by Galerie La Forest Divonne and Editions Cercle d’Art.
Further information can be found at:
Gallery La Forest Divonne, Les Editions Cercle d’Art, Jérôme Bryon