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Manon Renier

Photographer

© Manon Renier
© Manon Renier
© Manon Renier

Guest of the 2020 Young Talent Springboard

Originally from the Guérandaise peninsula, Manon Renier began photography at the age of 19 by joining the ETPA photography school in Toulouse. For her, photography is a more obvious, more transparent, more moving means of expression than speech or writing.
These three years of study at this school allowed him to learn to master photographic techniques and above all to get to know each other better. In 2014, she graduated receiving the Special Jury Prize. In 2015, she won the Mark Grosset public prize at Vendôme.
She then decides to settle in Paris and begins to work alongside photographers and directors, an experience which has enabled her to broaden her skills and also discover the world of filming.
In 2016, the Métamorphoses series was exhibited at Promenades Photographiques de Vendôme.
In 2017, a screening of the Suzy series was organized at the Circulation festival in Paris.

OF STONES AND BLOOD

During her residency in the heart of Deauville, she produced a series of self-portraits by working on the intimate, the body, an introspective project dealing with letting go and questioning oneself.
Each image was produced in a Norman urban landscape or context, in which her body is staged, sometimes simply or by playing on the possible contortions: folds, burying, twisting ... A journey both aesthetic and initiatory where she experiences physical of her transformation in mass, picked up, sculpted, molded by the angle of view of her camera placed there, which she no longer controls and who takes it, captures it until an image follows .

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Exhibition from October 17 to January 3 at Point de Vue - Boulevard de la mer at the corner of rue Tristan Bernard.
Open every day from October 17 to November 1 then Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Nov. 2 to Dec. 18. 10:30 am> 13 pm, 14:30 pm> 18:30 pm
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