Grégoire Eloy joins Tendance Floue

We are thrilled to announce that Grégoire Eloy has joined the collective.

Born in 1971, Grégoire Eloy lives and works in Paris.
For the past 13 years Grégoire has completed a wide range of personal long term documentary projects, from traditional social photography stories to more conceptual series, experimenting new tools and printing techniques. Most of his projects cover themes related to history legacy, traces, memory and the invisible. He likes to propose “open photographies” with several layers of interpretation.

From 2003 until 2013, he travelled extensively in the former satellite states of Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, covering stories about legacy of the empire: like traces of history along the new borders of the EU, forgotten conflicts in South Caucasus, disappearance of the Aral Sea, showing the inertia of the past in the region.

In 2010 he also initiated a trilogy about physical sciences, photographing inside laboratories, collaborating with scientists, and looking for new ways to represent science. After covering astrophysics (reseach on dark matter), he is currently finishing a second chapter on sismology and will start covering the field of glaciology in 2017.

In parallel, he is working on a new fictional series of images, Shelter, experiencing and photographing raw nature in remote places.

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