Gilles Roudiere (1976) is a member of mid-generation contemporary French photography. He’s not a street photographer, neither a documentarist, but he keeps capturing ephemeral intimate and banal moments of countries he travels.
With his black and white grainy images he explores the authentic identity of his destinations and shows how people interact with their surroundings across different cultures. Roudiere although has a very personal approach in portraying shifting daily life and milieu, creating a rather cinematic narrative. The exhibition – showcasing his series Trova, Unsung song of a city and What are these mountains dreaming about? – is part of Budapest Photo Festival and Francophonie Festival and held with the cooperation of Institut français de Budapest.
Curator: Rita Somosi
2019.03. 05. – 03.26
FESTIVALCENTER / Budapest Projekt Gallery
1053 Budapest, Kossuth Lajos utca 14-16.
Tuesday – Saturday: 12.00 – 18.00