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apr 30 - jun 7 2014

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Wolfgang Stahr (Germany)

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Nadav Kander (Israel)

sep 8 - oct 27 2012

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Nikita Pirogov (Russia)

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Eric Lusito (France)

jan 25 - mar 3 2012

Bogdan Konopka (Poland)

nov 30 - jan 14 2012

Ilse Frech (Netherlands)

oct 12 - nov 26 2011

Christian Riis Ruggaber (Switzerland)

aug 31 - oct 1 2011

Jari Silomäki (Finland)

apr 13 - jun 25 2011

Paolo Woods (Netherlands)

feb 16 - apr 2 2011

Paulo Nozolino (Portugal)

dec 1 - feb 10 2011

Hans Op De Beeck (Belgium)

sep 4 - sep 26 2010

Marc Shoul (South Africa)

may 19 - jul 7 2010

Mathieu Bernard- Reymond (Switzerland / France)

mar 17 - may 5 2010

Andreas Seibert (Switzerland)

jan 27 - mar 10 2010

Mathieu Bernard- Reymond ( Switzerland / France - 1976 )

 

© Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Crude Oil Prices 2003-2008, 2008

Born in Gap in 1976, Mathieu Bernard-Reymond lives and works in Lausanne. He studied photography at the School of Applied Arts in Vevey and studied political science in Grenoble. Winner of numerous awards, his work has been exhibited in festivals, galleries and foundations in Europe, the USA and Japan. Two monographs are devoted to him: You are (Actes Sud, 2003) and TV (Hatje Cantz, 2008).


MONUMENTS

Winner of the Arcimboldio  Price 2009, from documents in metamorphoses, the series "Monuments" marks the interest of Mathieu Bernard-Reymond for the representation of datas, statistics and their impact.

Interweaving photographs and computer manipulations, it uses economic graphs and other visualizations of existing information to create architectural accidents in natural landscapes. Stock exchange prices are modeled into monuments, into virtual sculptures, contemporary and monumental, overwhelming environment with their mass. About the "Monuments," Mathieu Bernard-Reymond said in le Temps of December 30, 2009: "They are massive but at the same time already deteriorating. They combine two temporalities: the short movements of the economy and the long movements of history. "

Moving images in a different context to produce a sense is a content in Mathieu Bernard-Reymond work. Result of extensive use of new digital technologies, his photographic work is characterized by a process of experimentation and freedom which comes with a real poetic inspiration.

Mathieu Bernard-Reymond
 

© Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Air and Water Pollution 2001 and 2006, 2007

© Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Exxon Mobil 10.08.2005, 9am to 11am, 2005