Pascal Amoyel holds an MFA from the ENSP-Arles (France). His projects focus on specific facets of cities, regions or countries such as history, geography, culture. In the resulting series, Pascal combines straight pictures and intuitive sequencing, turning territories into personal places. The conjunction of documentary style photographs and lyrical approach makes his work singular. He broadens his relationship to photography with teaching, curating and book design assignments. He published in June 2016 his book NOT ALL with Poursuite Editions. In August, this series received the Juror Award from Romke Hoogwaerts (Mossless) in Slideluck Mad River Valley and was selected among the finalists of the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center Annual Competition. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally : solo show “Not All Rebberg” (Mulhouse Biennial of Photography, France, 2016), group shows at michèle chomette gallery (Paris, 2015-2016), at the Houston Center for Photography (33rd Annual Show, curated by Russell Lord, 2015), at Newspace Center for Photography (Radical Color, curated by Jon Feinstein, 2015), and at the Center for Fine Art Photography (OPEN, curated by Shane Lavalette, 2014). In 2014, he won the Second Place at FotoFilmic’14 Prize, from an international jury.
Learn more about Pascal ‘s photographic practice & connect with him below: Website: http://www.pascalamoyel.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Avi.Pipik
Congrats to all 3 photographers for each winning a complimentary entry to FotoFilmic’s 5th International Juried Competition & Traveling Exhibition FOTOFILMIC17!
Below from left to right are the mated exhibition prints from: Jonathan Deltour | Kostas Kapsianis | Ashley Sauers
These 3 original signed artist prints are also available for sale as part of the PULP Collection.
Jonathan Deltour (Lille, France) To Be 16, 2014 35mm Color Negative
Kostas Kapsianis (Athens, Greece) Last Drive, 2015 6×7 Medium Format Color Negative
Ashley Sauers (Baltimore, MD, United States) Loch Raven Reservoir, 2015 6×7 Medium Format Color Negative