Entertainment Fabrice Picard, photographer (almost) without faces

14:01  29 july  2020
14:01  29 july  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Fabrice Picard , born in 1961, studied at the French Society of Photography and the Centre for Media and Photography . The winner of the Paysage Europ�en Prize in 1992 and honored by the Galerie d'Essai in 1987, Fabrice Picard works on various subjects such as duplicity, identity, photographic

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Fabrice Picard presents at La Galerie d´Étables-sur-Mer (Côtes-d´Armor) nine series of photos taken over thirty years. An intimate and graphic universe.

Fabrice Picard, 59 years old, photographer for the French and foreign press as well as for institutions and companies. He lives in Étables-sur-Mer in Côtes-d´Armor .

Photos of animals, cemeteries, faceless figures, barbed wire ... Is there anything in common between all the series presented at Étables-sur-Mer?

The series seem disparate but what interests me each time is the question of gaze, of sight. I have always marveled at the fact that one can see and, at the same time, I am amazed that most people do not take enough advantage of this sense. Like me for smell or hearing. We are still under-capacity of some of our senses.

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Does that mean your eyesight is sharper than others?

A cook develops his taste. I might have had a better understanding of space to become a photographer. Afterwards, it's work, questions, tests ... The more you work on the photo, the more piercing the gaze becomes. I may see things that others do not see because they are entangled in some form of conformism. The classic thing is to say of a photo of flowers that it is pretty when the flowers are pretty. My job is how to make beautiful which is not necessarily beautiful. By organizing the masses, the lines, the blacks and whites, I try to convey a poetry and a certain beauty.

Always with a great graphic balance of things…

I don't take a lot of people. So to seduce, I have to hang on to the composition, the strength of the lines, the colors ... I like when the visitor stops in front of a cliché and takes the time to look at the smoothness of the emulsion, the shadows, the lines . When he finds pleasure in something purely formal.

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Are your photos also subjects?

That’s the other question I have in the photo. What does this have to do with reality? For a photo, in fact, we cut out a small space and a moment of reality to bring out an imagination.

Is your job different when you answer orders from newspapers or businesses?

For these series, there are effectively no constraints. If it is not a place when it is within the framework of an artistic residency. Like the one I did on the Frioul Islands, off the coast of Marseille. When I got off I realized there was next to nothing. This is where my barbed wire series was born!

Conversely, some photos from the series are sometimes used by the press?

As I am at Agence Vu, my photos are available for newspapers or companies as long as there are no ethical issues.

What about La Galerie where you exhibit?

Today, it is the only public gallery of plastic arts in the Saint-Brieuc region. It's a great, big place that is opening up more and more to artists from all over.

From July 31 to September 20. Cultural space La Galerie. Closed Mondays and Thursdays. www.binic-etables-sur-mer.fr/la-galerie.

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