Pascal Amoyel holds an MFA from the ENSP-Arles (2005). He is conducting a research on photography with different practices that are the many forms of a relationship with images : personal photographic work, curating, book design, writing. His work focuses on the relationship between men and their land. He explores the distance between the neutrality of ‘documentary style photography’ and the subjective glance specific to the photographic process. More specifically, he’s working on the place of photography inside the space of the book. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally and is held by the Print and Photography Department of the Bibliothèque nationale de France, as well as by private collectors.
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