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Photographing the everyday

Photo workshop with Frédéric Lecloux, Agence VU

French-Belgian photographer Frederic Lecloux will workshop with a group of 6-10 students to question the narrative and documentary interest of their everyday lives. By inviting them to change their way of looking at very simple things and events that happen every day around them, he will work with them to build a meaningful photographic story with those elements, that might change the way they look at their country.

This workshop was designed for advanced amateur photographers and wit quire them to think very honestly about their photographic practice and their motivations and to learn to take photos with this question in mind: why am I taking this picture?

ABOUT FRÉDÉRIC LECLOUX
Frédéric Lecloux is a traveler, a writer and a photographer. He was born in 1972 in Brussels and lives in France. His work is distributed by Vu’ Agence in Paris. He is represented by Gallery Emotion-Lydie Trigano, in Paris.

The slowness and obsessive poetry of his photographic writing, combining inside portraits, everyday life objects and melancholic landscapes, resembles a therapeutic work of relief, be it on the routes of Nicolas Bouvier, in a profoundly mutating Nepal or trying to cope with his own ghosts in Belgium.

He is the author of “Au coeur de l’Himalaya” (1998) and “Katmandou 2058” (2003) published by La Renaissance du Livre, “Lentement vers l’Asie” by Glénat (2006) and “L’Usure du Monde” published by Le Bec en l’Air (2008).

He has also worked for NGO’s like Médecins Sans Frontières in former Yougoslavia and Action against Hunger in Nepal.

PARTICIPANTS
Ashim Pradhan, Asmita Shrish, Jitendra Bajracharya, Kishor Sharma, Lotus Awale, Narendra Mainali, Palistha Kakshapati, Shikhar Bhattarai, Sumit Shakya and Uma Bista.

Photographing the everyday

Photographing the everyday

Photographing the everyday

Photographing the everyday

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