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Stéphane Charpentier

Eclairages (2004-present)

The analogue black and white images from the series ECLAIRAGES by the French photographer Stéphane Charpentier are a cross between street photography and a photo diary. His existential images form a path to an ambiguous world, in which the photographer attempts to distil the hint of uncertainty surrounding objects and humans.  With his sincere images, Charpentier brings our world’s wounds and feelings of anxiety to the surface. It is an ultimate attempt, from a photographic perspective, to provide real life with a doppelgänger.


Stéphane Charpentier (France, 1976) studied Photography at the EFTI in Madrid, and has worked since the age of 27 on personal art and photography projects. His work was featured in the Mono, Volume 1, next to work by photographers such as Anders Petersen and Antoine d’Agata. His work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Europe, the United States and China.