Paul Pouvreau (born 1956) lives and works between Paris, Argenton-sur-Creuse and Arles. He has been teaching Photography at École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie in Arles since 2010. Photography plays a central – but not exclusive – role in his practice, which is mainly focused on daily visual signs’ interference with our perception.
This monograph covers his work since the 90s with over 150 photographs, drawings, video, interventions in the landscape and the architecture.
Preface by Jean-Marie Baldner.