Guillaume Hébert | Casino
"I don’t limit myself to a single subject. Although, I always photograph with music in my ears. Therefore, I create a certain distance between the scene and my camera. As if a glass window would rise, I also become a spectator. "
Le Pigeon | Contrôle
Integral to the artist’s life, the muse has impacted Le Pigeon’s photographic path and his vision of nudity and simplicity. More than a subject; a muse becomes the extension of himself, 24 hours a day. When the subject has control over the gaze of its viewers, it intensifies their complicity from a minimum of staging. What matters the most for the artist, is finding in the captured moment one of extraordinary beauty; of rawness and realness.
Cabana | Guillaume Hébert & Le Pigeon | Zoé
François Ollivier | Tentes au Repos
" I once received an intriguing comment about my photographs: the narratives that carry them is told in first person point of view. Even the way I centre lines or accentuate symmetries, I try to confront what I’m looking at. Humans are behind every frame. We reincarnate in blank spaces in the need to sparkle some of our souls. "
Le Pigeon | Au Lit
Guillaume Hébert | Untitled. "I have been told my style is “mature”. I’m inspired by older photographers, such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Brassaï. I believe these pillars established the medium’s basis and a simple composition style of great finesse.
Also, certain dress codes offered more latitude regarding the mise-en-scène of unknown subjects. These people, whom the elegance of the period gathered, embodied in the set, become characters."