Frédéric Delangle

Frédéric Delangle is a French photographer born in 1965. Since the mid-90s, he has been developing his personal interest about the city and the relation of light and color in the urban context. In 2001, he embarked on his first trip to India and started a nearly five-year project on the city of Ahmedabad. Photographing at night, when the city finally sleeps, it reveals the historical architecture of its urban landscape that is one of the most beautiful and richest in India. Since then, being in Pondicherry for several months each year, Delangle continues his work on this countrycontinent and produced several Indians series which became an icon and a reference. Notably Microshop, Paris-Delhi, Stairway to heaven...

Frédéric Delangle continues his research on light and the effects of long-exposure in Nyctalope, nocturnal landscapes captured by the beam headlights of a car and Coit, photographs of couples making love in which the time-exposure corresponds to the duration of the coitus.

Frédéric Delangle is also co-founder of France(s) territoire liquide, a photography mission dedicated to the French landscape, bringing together 43 photographers who, along the lines of the DATAR project, constitute a collective and subjective memory of the changing landscape.

Winner of the Camera Clara Award and finalist of the Académie des beaux-arts Award in 2013, he has exhibited widely in France including the Tri postal in Lille, the Arsenal in Metz, and FNAC galleries.

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