Gilles Raynaldy


Born in 1968, graduate of the University of Paris 8 and the National School of Art of Paris-Cergy, Gilles Raynaldy lives and works in Paris.

His work has been the subject of several scholarships and public and private commissions (CNAP, Le BAL / Ministry of Education, Le Point du Jour Art Center, Documenta Archiv Kassel, International College of Photography of Greater Paris...). His works are notably present in the collections of the National Fund for Contemporary Art, the Grenoble Museum, the FRAC Normandie, and the departmental collection of contemporary art of Seine-Saint-Denis.

Trained in traditional photography techniques, he mainly works with medium and large format cameras, and prints his own photographs or collaborates with recognized professional printers.

Since the late 1990s, Gilles Raynaldy has been interested in the representation of human gestures and actions by developing a photographic approach that often takes the form of documentary narratives. The question of what constitutes a "place" also runs through his work and is developed through projects rooted in social contexts and territories particularly rich in diversity.


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