Pascal Fellonneau

Pascal Fellonneau is a French photographer exploring the landscapes of Europe from Iceland to Spain, from his hometown Bordeaux to Paris where he now lives. An important part of his work questions the urban scene as we inhabit it. His pictures depict strange yet familiar landscapes often devoid of humanity. After living in Iceland for a few years, he was beneficiary of a grant from French ministry of Culture in 2005, and began exhibiting in several countries across Europe (France, Greece, Germany, Sweden).

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2016

Permanent Vacation, Bordeaux, France

2011

NORD[S] Regards Croisés within the context of Transphotographiques festival in Lille, France
Cold Cold Ground (within the context of Fotografi i Fokus, The South Sweden Photography Biennial) Final Galleri, Malmö, Sweden
Brave New World, Athens Photo Festival / Hellenic Center for Photography. Greece

2010

The Farm, Museum of Aquitaine, Bordeaux, France

2008

Island, Résonance festival
(OFF of the Biennial of Contemporary Arts), Lyon, France

2007

Urbane landschaften Islands, VHS fotogalerie, Stuttgart, Germany

2006

Stuffed, Ilka Bree gallery, Bordeaux, France

PUBLICATIONS

British Journal Of Photography
Elle
1814 Magazine
Blow Magazine
Hector Magazine
Libération
Telerama
The Guardian
TGV magazine
Allianz
Total
Australian Wine Selectors
Le Figaro Magazine
O.K. Periodicals
Hector Magazine
Standard Magazine
Mouvement
Le Festin.

LINKS

Website
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"Time flies, but memories remain"

These graveyard images were realized in the Southwest of France and the Paris region between 2010 and 2015.

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Candidates

During France’s presidential election in 2012, Pascal Fellonneau began photographing election posters obsessively. ”I had occasionally  photographed them before, but [...]
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Countrysides

These images were taken in some districts of southeastern France: Gironde, Landes, Basque Country and Pyrenean Piedmont between 2009 and [...]
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