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

#TOULOUSE With white hair, curved back and slow pace, Peter Saul walks and sits in front of an impressive pool of journalists. We are in the provinces but it is true that "Les…
The life and work of Yayoi Kusama. Documentary by Heather Lenz. Released on September 18, 2019. Kusama: Infinity is an ode to the challenging journey of the woman who has become today the…
Documentary by Jérôme Cassou. Released on September 11, 2019. Since 2015, choreographer Nadia Vadori-Gauthier has been dancing every day with the city, the people, the materials and the environments. His dances, sometimes crossed…
Documentary by Todd Douglas Miller. Released in France on September 4, 2019. Made from recently discovered 70MM images and more than 11,000 hours of audio recordings, APOLLO 11 plunges into the heart of…
#NEW YORK Founded in 1931 by sculptor and patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, the Whitney Museum of American Art is dedicated to American artists. At the beginning of the 20th century, she noted that…
Documentary, Released August 14, 2019. A dive into the heart of the most explosive saga in the history of cinema: The INTOUCHABLE tells the story of the rise and fall of Hollywood tycoon…
Documentary, released July 31, 2019. On July 5, 1984, Diego Maradona arrived in Naples for a sum that set a new world record. For seven years, he set the stadiums on fire. The…
Documentary by Marc Dufaud and Thierry Villeneuve. Released July 24, 2019. Singer of Taxi-girl, a cult group from the 1980s with a dark and romantic aura, Daniel Darc quickly gave rise to all…
Released July 17, 2019. It's the end of the Yeltsin years. Life is not funny in Ivanovo: the boys go to war in Chechnya, all feel the effects of the economic and moral…
Documentary. Released July 10, 2019. On the green heights of Kingston, Reggae legends gather to record a record. More than thirty years after their golden years, they are about to go back on…
Documentary. Released July 3, 2019. Between 1914 and 1918, a world conflict forever changed the course of history. The men and women who participated did not live in a silent, black and white…
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#PARIS Dora Maar, all too often confined to the role of Picasso's muse, is also and above all an undisputed surrealist photographer, who has produced a work with many facets. The Centre Pompidou…
#PARIS Throughout the summer, as part of the permanent tour of the Musée de l'Homme, you will have the pleasant surprise of discovering "En tête à tête", an ephemeral installation that combines modern…
Documentary. Released in France on June 26, 2019. An electrifying portrait of Linn da Quebrada, an artist with an extraordinary stage presence who reflects on the genre and dares to face Brazilian machismo…
Documentary by Francis Gendron. Released June 19, 2019. Portrait of one of the most important and controversial characters in pre-war cinema. Bernard Natan, born Natan Tannenzaft in 1886 from Jewish parents in Romania,…
Documentary by Marie Frapin. Released June 12, 2019, edited by Marion Chataing. There are six, sometimes eight, damaged by life, homeless or in great precariousness. Every Tuesday, in the Emmaus solidarity centre, where…
Released in France on June 5, 2019, Palme d'or at the Cannes Film Festival. The whole Ki-taek family is unemployed, and is very interested in the lifestyle of the wealthy Park family. One…
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#CAEN Imposing both in terms of the size of the works and the worldwide reputation of the artists on display, XXL Contemporary Monumental Prints brings together some forty pieces in spectacular formats, from…
Documentary, released May 29, 2019. The director plunges us into the closed universe of the future Spetsnaz, elite units of the Russian army, following in the footsteps of his cousin Dima: the life…
#CANNES Released on May 22nd in competition at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. In Belgium, today, the fate of the 13-year-old Ahmed, caught between his imam's ideals of purity and the calls of…