During the 2018 autumn season, we have the pleasure to present the work of three new photographers.


Firstly, from September 11 to October 6, the Romanian photographer, Nicolae Sandulescu (1924-2017). This exhibition, entitled Miroirs de l'invisible (Mirrors of the invisible) and organised in collaboration with Jacqueline Delaunay Hologne, will represent a modest restrospective of his work, most of the images going back to the fifties and sixties. Nicolae Sandulescu is known for his interpretations of Constantin Brancusi’s sculptures, including The Kiss and Endless Column. He also created beautiful and highly personal humanist and dissident photographs. We will display original silver prints by the artist.

 opening September 13, from 6pm to 10pm


Next, from October 16 to November 18, and in the framework of the festival PhotoSaintGermain, we will present large format works by Carlos Barrantes. Spanish by origin and based in Perpignan, the photographer is a master printer, moving with ease from platinotypes and carbon paper prints to other ancient and modern processes such as cyanotypes and digigraphy. He frequently organises workshops on these techniques. In the exhibition Par-delà l'horizon (Beyond the horizon), he displays moody, atmospheric seascapes and mountain views.


To close the season, from November 20 to December 15, we welcome Christian Poncet and his pinhole camera  photographs. The artist has been engaged in this activity for the past twenty years or so. Taken around Lakes Annecy, Le Bourgey, Léman, and at the seaside, the images in the exhibition Le songe des rives (Dream of the shores) focus mainly on unusual structures that Christian Poncet records as sculptures, always in harmony with their environment.


Please note that the gallery hours during exhibitions are
Tuesday - Saturday,  3pm - 7:30pm