Baptiste Rabichon

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Baptiste Rabichon

Born in 1987 in Montpellier (France)

Born in Montpellier in 1987, Baptiste Rabichon lives and works in Paris and Tourcoing.
After studying viticulture and oenology, he attended the National Schools of Fine Arts (ENSA) in Dijon (2009), and Lyons (2011), before studying at ENSBA in Paris, where he attended the studios of Claude Closky and Patrick Tosani. He graduated with a DNSAP in June 2014.
Baptiste Rabichon maintains a critical yet passionate approach to the photographic image. He continues to explore age-old processes such as cyanotype printing, composing photograms, and using pinhole cameras, all while extending the possibilities of digital photography and using the tools of modern image making.
In 2015, for his first solo exhibition, «Tout se délitait en parties», at the Crous Gallery in Paris, he presented a series of prints that seamlessly blend traditional photographs with photograms. He is currently working on large format photography, using both traditional and digital technologies to expose overlaying images onto a single photographic print.
In September 2015 began his course at Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains.


Ne jamais en faire un substantif

Installation - 2017

présentée dans le cadre de l'exposition panorama 19

Ranelagh / We're beautiful like diamonds in the sky / Encore elle

Installation - 2016

présentée dans le cadre de l'exposition Panorama 18