Michel Dambrine, born in 1939, lives and works in Paris. During his scientific studies, he discovered photography and its creative potential, which he associated with cinema, jazz and with literature. A reflection that he pursued by participating in the first editions of the Rencontres de la Photographie in Arles. He began to exhibit his work in 1984. It has several axes: cityscapes (walls, torn posters, shop windows, dustbins, …), light and shadow (underground garages, bedrooms, fabrics, …), and graphic aspects of nature (sands, beaches, rivers, …). The work is included in the collections of the French National Library and Kodak-Pathé in Paris, the Réattu Museum in Arles, and the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Solo exhibitions at Mind’s Eye / Galerie Adrian Bondy
Group exhibitions at Mind’s Eye / Galerie Adrian Bondy