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Marc-Antoine Garnier is a photographer whose natural landscape seems an infinite playground. As an attentive and patient observer, he scans the nuances of the circadian cycle, the changes in seasonal rhythms and the analogies between terrestrial and marine elements. His work is above all driven by concepts such as fragility, fugacity, imperceptibility and persistence, which form the basis of a poetic, contemplative and soothing universe.

Marc-Antoine Garnier is a photographer, but his approach is definitively visual: like Letha Wilson, he manipulates the photographic medium using precise gestures such as scratching, folding, cutting and fragmentation, which shift the usual flatness of photographic images towards sculpture or installation.

"His displays are falsely simple, the result of an intelligence and understanding of what made the great hours of minimal and serial art, of how art to the point of purity joins the foundations of aesthetics. His art evokes rather than invokes, leaving the viewer free to explore the subtle" (Jérôme Félin, Drac Normandie).

Graduate of the Ecole Supérieure d'Art et Design Le Havre-Rouen, Marc-Antoine Garnier was the winner of the Archipel - FRAC Grand Large-Hauts-de-France residency. His work has been shown in group exhibitions (Nuit Blanche - Kyoto; "Deux scénarios pour Une collection" - Frac Normandie Rouen) and solo exhibitions (Salon a ppr oc he Paris; "L'ombre des jours", Frac Grand Large-Hauts-de-France).

Exhibition from 14 April to 13 May 2023.

Opening on Friday 14 April. 6pm - 9pm.

Artwork : Horizon, 2022. Pigment print mounted on medium wood, 80 x 60 cm.

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