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« Saisons Noires »

Julien Coquentin was born in 1976, male nurse and photographer, is the author of two books published to Editions Lamaindonne, Tôt un dimanche matin (2013) and 8 jours à New York (2014), his latest series entitled Black Seasons will be on it published in July 2016 on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at the museum of La Roche-sur-Yon.

Éloge par Renaud Labracherie - Focus Numérique

Intérieur d'une ferme. Une fenêtre, une table recouverte d'une toile cirée et un vieux poste de télévision à tube cathodique.
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Julien Coquentin - Comexposium

Saisons noires. Plot by the title of the series, I expected monochrome shots a few hard, a dark and  bitter atmosphere. But finnaly, it is the color and softness of the fabrics that I met. It is this hand grandmother marked by the years that I was immediately plunged back into my memories. The compositions are solid and Julien Coquentin takes a broad look at the beautiful everyday things of life. A look at once sensitive and esthete. If these happy nostalgic images the personal story of Julian, they also open us the meanders of a collective memory of our childhood marked by furtive moments, insignificant and yet so precious. Intimate and universal images at once. Just images.