Dominique Vautrin

Dominique Vautrin is a French photographer. Influenced by American street photography, he develops during his various projects, a dark work that depicts a society in a phase of anonymization. The crudeness of his images and the solitude that emanates from them make this artist a value of European street photography. His works have been published and exhibited in galleries clearing talents in France and abroad such as the Galerie du jour Agnès b. La planck”/Leo Scheer Gallery (Paris), The Living Theater (New York). He joined Galerie VU’ in 2016. It is acquired in public and private collections in France, USA, Holland, Switzerland, Russia.

Dominique Vautrin’s Articles

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#PARIS In its photo gallery, the Centre Pompidou takes a look at social and documentary photography from the 1930s until February 4. Beaubourg highlights a large number of documents and photographs from its…
Released in France on January 16, 2019. Ayka just gave birth. She can't afford to have a child. She has no job, too much debt to pay off, not even a room of…
#PARIS "Make it New", or the story of an encounter, the conjunction of two personalities, an artist Jan Dibbets and a figure of the Carolingian renaissance, Raban Maur. The BNF presents this strange…
#PARIS It's at the Grand Palais that there is currently a large and extensive exhibition dedicated to the painter Joan Miró. A retrospective that brings together about 150 works by the Catalan master…
#PARIS Eight years after a first exhibition on Japanese Art Brut, Halle Saint Pierre is back and presents until March 10, 2019 a second series featuring 36 artists as mysterious as they are…
Released in France on January 9, 2019. In northern China, a vast post-industrial and yet empty city, plunged into a perpetual fog that seems to trap its inhabitants. One morning, a simple altercation…
#PARIS Picasso-Rutault. Grand écart is a dialogue between two different creative processes. Until March 24, the Picasso-Paris National Museum confronts a more traditional vision of painting, a canvas completed and signed by master Picasso,…
Director Kaku Arakawa followed Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki for two years after they ceased their activity, with a complicity and delicacy that allowed him to show the master of Japanese animation as…
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#MARSEILLE ATLAS, WHITE NOISE, OSCURANA, Photographs and video of Antoine d'Agata Until January 13, 2019, La Friche de Marseille presents an installation by Antoine d'Agata with the evocative title: "Nuit Epuisée". In reference…
Released December 31, 1938 Resumed on December 26, 2018 Marcel is a good boy, an employee of the Mercandieu jewellery store. The boss's daughter dreams of making her her fiancé, but Marcel falls…
#PARIS Until 14 February 2019, the Grand Palais is presenting an exhibition dedicated to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson There is no need here to look for his moccasins, his white glove…
#PARIS The first Festival of Lights is currently being held at Jardin des Plantes Until January 15, it is a magical journey in the animals world that awaits kids and parents to discover this…
A book: "Boxing Scenes" by Elie Robert-Nicoud, at Stock «Boxing is not a sport. It is an identity made of pain, light, redemption, poverty, glory, defeat. It is a genre in the same…
#MARSEILLE MUCEM presents until March 3, 2019, an exhibition dedicated to Mohammed Kacimi, painter, innovative and committed artist, instigator and main witness of the globalization of contemporary Arab art The Mucem has chosen…
Documentary by Sara Driver Released on December 19, 2018 BASQUIAT, A ADOLESCENT IN NEW YORK illuminates the short life of the cult painter Jean-Michel Basquiat in New York City from 1978 to 1981…
Documentary Released on January 1, 1980 Resumed on December 12, 2018 Late 1970s A.D. All of Gaul is being brought into line with the supremacy of nuclear energy and its world. All of…
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#PARIS The Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris is devoting a major retrospective to the painter Zao Wou-Ki.His first name means "limitless", omen or not? Born in Beijing in 1920, he studied at the…
#PARIS Until 27 January 2019, the Yves Saint Laurent Museum is presenting, for this first temporary thematic exhibition, about fifty haute couture models inspired by India, China and Japan. The models interact with…
A year after the death of Alton Sterling, a chronicle of the African-American community of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the summer of 2017, when a series of violent murders stirred the country, a…
#PARIS Paula Rego, born in Portugal in 1935, was just 17 years old when she went to study at the Slade School of Arts in London. She took up residence there and frequented the…