Center Beaubourg Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, The British Library London, The Spencer Collection New York, Bibliothèque Royale de Bruxelles, private collections Europe, USA, Japan.
Specialist in black and white and light work in the studio, author of the artist's book CORRESPONDANCES (unpublished text by Kenneth White) and numerous exhibitions.
Jean-Michel Renaudin has worked for 30 years in Paris for publishing and communication agencies.
A passionate photographer from childhood, he was trained in Switzerland at the School of Applied Arts in Vevey, then was assistant to Renato Celio in Venice and Peter Lippmann in Paris.
Goal LAND! questions with humour the world below, the humus beneath the surface of gardens and fields, this place of intense exchanges where the mineral gradually becomes organic by the insatiable appetite of insects, animals, molds, fungi, bacteria. . . Photography itself being a physico-chemical process where silver salts exposed to light then reduced in black metallic silver (“developed”) recreate gray and color gradients giving the illusion of volume.