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Paris Photo 2021
Kourtney Roy
Message, 2016
pigment inkjet print on archival paper

Paris Photo 2021

Aassmaa Akhannouch » Albarrán Cabrera » Thierry Cohen » Xavier Dauny » Martin Essl » Iris Hutegger » Thomas Jorion » Jens Knigge » Gert Motmans » Jacques Pugin » Kourtney Roy »

Fair Presentation: 11 Nov – 14 Nov 2021

Wed 10 Nov

Grand Palais Ephémère - Booth E14

Champ-de-Mars, Place Joffre
75008 Paris

Galerie Esther Woerdehoff

36 rue Falguière
75015 Paris

+33(0)9-51 51 24 50


Wed-Sat 12-19

Paris Photo 2021
Albarrán Cabrera
The Mouth of Krishna, #888, 2021
Pigments, Japanese paper and gold leaf

Deux Accrochages

First Display: 10 - 12 November

Aassmaa Akhannouch
Albarrán Cabrera
Thierry Cohen
Xavier Dauny
Iris Hutegger
Jens Knigge
Jacques Pugin

Weekend Display: 13 - 14 November

Kourtney Roy
Gert Motmans
Thomas Jorion
Martin Essl
Albarrán Cabrera
Aassmaa Akhannouch

Both born in 1969 and living in Barcelona, Anna Cabrera & Angel Albarrán have been working together for almost twenty years and form a rising duo on the photographic scene. Together, they develop a photographic universe, poetic and sensible where the emotion from the subject meets the beauty of the print. Experts in alternative printing processes and photo preservation, they frequently use historic processes such as cyanotype, platinum-palladium and other analogic technics but also invent original processes that they combined with precious materials like Japanese papers, pigments, minerals or gold leaf. Questioning identity and the traces the camera keeps of the past, their various open series evoke our relationship to time and memory and our perception of the photographic image between reality and illusion. Born in 1963, Thierry Cohen has been a photographer since 1985 and was one of the first to take an interest in digital technologies applied to the still image. In 2008, with the series Binary Kids, he questioned the future of future generations confronted with digital networks and technologies, both the origins and consequences of growth. From 2010 to 2019, between megacities and deserts, he was working on Villes éteintes to show the stars in cities and to raise public awareness of the problem of light pollution, a consequence of human activity. Carbon Catcher, a new series in progress since 2018, questions the relationship between Man and his habitat and the role of forests as carbon sinks that are essential to curb global warming. Beyond the spectacular magic of his images, Thierry Cohen uses the possibilities of photography to question the over-consumption of energy in Western societies and the place of Man in his environment.

Paris Photo 2021
Thierry Cohen
April 24 N°2, 2020, 2020
Tirage pigmentaire, encadrement bois, verre
Paris Photo 2021
Aassmaa Akhannouch
Eté éternel, 2018-2020
cyanotype viré et rehaussé à l'aquarelle