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Denis Dailleux

Born in 1958 in Angers, France. Has lived in Cairo (Egypt) for about 10 years. He is represented by the gallery Camera Obscura (Paris) and the Galerie 127 (Marrakech).

« Imbued with his distinctive delicacy, Denis Dailleux’s photographic work appears calm on the surface, yet is incredibly demanding, run through by an undercurrent of constant self-doubt and propelled by the essential personal bond he develops with those (and that which) he frames with his camera. His passion for people has naturally led him to develop portraiture as his preferred means of representing those whose true self he feels an urge to get closer to. Which he has, with actress Catherine Deneuve as well as with countless anonymous subjects from the slums of Cairo, working with the same discretion, waiting to get from his subjects what he is hoping they will offer him, without ever asking for it, simply hoping that it will happen. That is how he has patiently constructed a unique portrait of his beloved Cairo to create, with black and whites of exemplary classicism and colors of rare subtlety, the definite alternative to the heaps of cultural and touristic clichés which clutter our minds. »
Christian Caujolle

For a few years, while continuing to photograph Egypt (Egypt : the revolution’s martyrs or Mother and Son), Denis Dailleux regularly goes to Ghana where he explores new relationships to body and space, life and death, to community, to the sea, which open new horizons for his photographic research. His work has often been published in the form of books, and Egypt : the revolution’s martyrs (by Le Bec en l’air editions), which recently came out, is regularly exhibited and published in national and international press. He won several prizes, most recently he became 2nd in the « Staged Portrait » category of World Press Photo 2014 for his series Mother and Son.


  Travelling : Cairo, Egypt

Portfolio

Portraits

Series

Cairo’s Tuk-Tuk Drivers (2017)

In Cairo, the tuk-tuks are an easy way to commute to districts that are far from the city centre. These little three-wheel motor rickshaws originate from Thailand and are used to access places that are hardly reachable by car or public transportation. There also a rare opportunity for women to leave their living places without being seen and offer a relatively stable revenue source in a country where youth unemployment peaks at 70 percent. Tuk-tuk drivers are mostly young men who go around the soulless dormitory towns of Cairo’s suburbs. Denis Dailleux has chosen to show them standing in front of their vehicle, revealing their work environment and, through this, the everyday lives of...

The most precious essences (2017)

For the 250 years of the famous Givaudan house, great name of the fragrance market, Denis Dailleux undertook to follow the trail of the most precious essences that can be extracted from nature. Denis Dailleux furrowed Madagascar, Morocco and the south of India, from iris sprinkling the Middle Atlas' plateus to the vanilla beans emerging from the luxurious wilderness of the north of the Malgasy island, to present us the secret universe of plants and flowers that are the source of the most famous scents in the world of perfumery. He also honours all those who collect them, as well as their exceptional know-how, likewise to preserve the fragile aromas that each flowers conceals.

Ghana (2016)

I first discovered Ghana when I came across Paul Strand’s beautiful book dedicated to this country. It left an incredible impression upon me and that day I promised myself that one day I would go and photograph Ghana. After my book Fils de roi - a work entirely dedicated to Egypt - was published by Gallimard Editions, I felt that it was time for me to renew my source of inspiration. Starting with fresh landscapes and new ways of being, I decided to explore Sub Saharan Africa. My first encountered was in Accra, with the community of Jamestown’s fishermen. I was struck by these scenes which reminded me of old oil paintings. The lights along the ocean dazzled and transformed...

Egypt, Mother and Son (2013)

2nd prize with his story "Mother and Son" in the 2014 World Press (category Staged Portraits). Tenderness. Denis Dailleux, who has been living in Cairo for 9 years, never stops showing the generosity of the Egyptian people he fell in love with fifteen years ago. No doubt the series "Mother and son" is his most personal work. With great reserve and refinement, he leads us into the privacy of these families, where the absolute love of the muscular son echoes like an ode to their mothers. An ode universally moving. Text by Delphine Henry

Cairo, after the revolution (2012)

One year on, what is left of a revolution, that from the Tahrir Square, shook Egypt, Mubarak’s reign and the entire Middle-East ? Despite the elections that gave a clear lead to the Muslim Brotherhood party, the military forces, which had opposed shooting on the protestors during the events, are still holding power. Hence the feeling for the Egyptians, that their revolution once praised worldwide, is only withheld to a certain point. Denis Dailleux relates and records the upheaval and the hopes of the Egyptian civil society, which from Tahrir Square and its surroundings, are determined not to let anyone steal their revolution.

Egypt, Sister Sara, in the footsteps of Sister Emmanuelle (2009)

One year after the death of the nun, Sister Sara has written "Sister Emmanuelle my friend, my mother » with Sofia Stril-Rever, the niece of the deceased. She's worked eighteen years at the side of one of the French favorite personalities, and has continued her action with scavengers in Cairo since 1993. Sister Sara, the Coptic Orthodox nun, joined Sister Emmanuelle in Cairo in 1975. With Sister Emmanuelle, they opened schools, got in charge of the girls education and sought funds for the families no to pay the tuition of their children any longer. Denis Dailleux followed Sister Sara and Sofia Stril-Rever who wanted to come back in Egypt on the footsteps of her aunt.

Ibrahim Labyad : love and violence in Cairo (2009)

Denis Dailleux follows the shooting of Ibrahim Labyad by Marwan Hamed, a journey deep into the violence of the poorest districts of Cairo. The film tells of the conflcit between two of Cairo’s poorest districts’ crooks over a woman. Denis Dailleux creates a particular atmosphere where fiction meets his soft vision of Egypt. The film director, at the forefront of the Egyptian film industry, proposes an extremely pessimistic vision of his own country. Far from having one of Hollywood’s happy endings, this film should traverse Egypt’s borders.

Egypt, my love (2007)

Between Denis Dailleux and Cairo, it is a true love story : on one side, an insatiable fascination for this unique place, its mood, its magical lights and an unspeakable tenderess towards its inhabitants ; on the other, a natural generosity, a city which offers itself to this subjugated look, inhabitants full of spontaneous kindness. Denis Dailleux makes regular trips to Cairo, in an obsessive way.

On the roofs of Cairo (2006)

In the egyptian capital, the only place to live for thousands of inhabitants is the top of the buildings. A whole world invisible from the street, lives in makeshift tiny villages, in the open.

Uzbekistan, Samarkand (2006)

Garden of Eden of Central Asia. Uzbeks, Kyrgyz, Kazakhs, Turks, Iranians or Arabs, the people from this city of 365,000 inhabitants are the image of country's history and its achievements.

Morocco, Azemmour people (2005)

Azemmour is a Moroccan city, on the left bank of the Oum Er-Rbia River, 75 km southwest of Casablanca.

Catholics of Laos (2005)

Since the power seizure by communist guerrillas in 1975, proclaimed the Lao PDR the tiny Church of Laos survive against all odds ...

On the footsteps of Rimbaud, in Yemen and Ethiopia (2004)

Leaving in man's shadow with soles of wind as a pretext. Discover a little-known Africa and meet its inhabitants as the ultimate goal. This is what Denis Dailleux's story tells us. We discover landscapes and faces. Each photograph carries the intention of its author: to share his vision of Africa, a land of encounters.

Sudan (2003)

It’s only been recently since this country attracts the attention of tourists. Today, the Sudan is experiencing problems with its neighbour: Chad. But when Denis Dailleux went there in 2003, he shows us a country marked by the sun and the languidness. As usual, the photographer achieves his photograph with people. And then, they accept to show their lives without any fireworks.

Cairo (book selection) (2001)

Denis Dailleux has decided to live in Cairo. Since 1992, his first journey in the city, he strolls along the streets of the Egyptian capital, with his camera. This book is the result of those years of urban discoveries. Cairo, in accordance with Denis Dailleux, becomes a mix of colour and winding lanes...until black and white, and another reality, this one of workhouses’ poverty, recover their rights. Editions du Chêne (collection Errances)

My aunt Juliette (2001)

In the village of his childhood was leaving an old woman, a true character : Denis Dailleux's great-aunt. Between the old lady and the young man, a unique complicity established a funny but solemn game, something close to fight and challenge.

On the footsteps of Oum Kalsoum (2000)

Denis Dailleux followed traces of the one who has been the object of worship in the Arab world throughout the 20th century, this woman called "the Star of the East". Oum Kalsoum remains rampant in the streets, houses and stores in Cairo.

Books

Givaudan, une odyssée des arômes et des parfums

Acteur majeur du monde de la parfumerie et des arômes alimentaires, la maison Givaudan est à l’origine de nombreuses créations olfactives et gustatives. Depuis 250 ans elle innove et insuffle les tendances et crée aussi de nouveaux goûts s’attachant les savoir-faire de grands chefs toqués afin d’élaborer les arômes de mets d’exception accessibles à tous. Au fil des pages, sera racontée la formidable aventure des parfums et arômes à travers le monde.
Text by: Caroline Champion, Annick Le Guerer, Brigitte Proust

Publisher: Editions de La Martinière (2016)
248 pages
Size: 24 x 31 cm  

Ghana

Denis Dailleux est célèbre pour le portrait inédit et passionné de l’Égypte qu’il élabore depuis plus de quinze ans. En quête de nouveaux espaces de création, il se rend aussi régulièrement au Ghana depuis 2009. Les pêcheurs du port de James Town, ancien quartier d’Accra, la capitale, sont devenus l’un de ses sujets favoris. Il trouve au sein de cette communauté une source d’images fortes?: marines aux ciels changeants, ballets des pêcheurs, vie des femmes et des enfants qui travaillent sur le port… Il y explore de nouvelles relations au corps et à l’espace, à la vie et à la mort, à la religion, à la mer, qui renouvellent sa photographie. La sérénité, l’évidence picturale de ses images réenchantent un monde et des territoires aujourd’hui menacés et sont, à ce titre, d’autant plus précieuses.
Text by: Denis Dailleux

Publisher: Le Bec en l'air (2016)
112 pages
Size: 20 x 29 cm  

Egypte les martyrs de la révolution

A book as a tribute to the Egyptian Revolution's martyrs.
Denis Dailleux relates and records the upheaval and the hopes of the Egyptian civil society, which from Tahrir Square and its surroundings, are determined not to let anyone steal their revolution.
Text by: Abdellah Taïa et Mahmoud Farag

Publisher: Le Bec en l'air (2014)
104 pages
Size: 24,5 x 25,5 cm  

Mères et Fils

Denis Dailleux, qui vit au Caire, ne cesse de montrer le peuple égyptien, dont il est tombé amoureux voilà quinze ans.

« Mère et fils » est certainement sa série la plus personnelle et la plus troublante. Avec pudeur et délicatesse, il nous emmène dans l’intimité de familles où l’amour absolu que le fils voue à sa mère résonne comme une ode universellement touchante. Il pose un regard tendre et sans faux-fuyant qui laisse entrevoir les frontières ténues entre protection et domination, tendresse et soumission, qui régissent les rapports mère/fils, et peut-être plus largement, les rapports entre les femmes et les hommes dans le monde méditerranéen.

Ces vingt portraits photographiques d’une subtilité rare sont ici accompagnés d’un texte littéraire de Philippe Mezescaze qui connaît bien l’œuvre de Denis Dailleux.

Pour cette série photographique, Denis Dailleux a reçu en février 2014 le 2e prix du World Press Photo dans la catégorie « Staged portrait ».
Text by: Philippe Mezescaze

Publisher: Éditions le Bec enl'air (2014)
64 pages
Size: 24,4 x 21,8 cm  

Impressions d'Égypte

This books tells the story of a shared love for a country, Egypt. The hundred pictures by Denis Dailleux, chosen by Gilbert Sinoué, are an opportunity for the author to write about Antiquity, modern and contemporary history, religions, or Egyptian spirit with tea, Turkish coffee, trictrac, nargileh...
Text by: Gilbert Sinoué

Publisher: Editions de la Martinière (2011)
256 pages
Size: 17 x 22,5 cm  

Fils de Roi, Portraits d’Égypte

"Son of a King, Portraits from Egypt

The combined observations of a photographer and writer offer a passionate and contemporary alternative to the otherwise recurrent cultural and tourist clichés encumbering the uniqueness of a country. A series of low-key pictures, in which nothing is haphazard, accompanied by a preface written in a poetic and engaged register reveal the stance of an exemplary dignity. That of Egypt. Practicing an apparently calm and incredibly demanding photography permeated by perpetual doubt, Denis Dailleux fashions, over a period of fifteen years, an exclusive portrait of Egypt with which he has an impassioned relationship with. His passion for people has naturally prompted him to choose portraiture as a means of choice to represent those he had a desire to approach and embody as more than they reveal."
Text by: Alain Blottière

Publisher: Gallimard (2008)
80 pages
Size: 25 X 25 cm
ISBN :2070123146   

Le Caire

The seers, believing the hour had come, lifted their eyes towards the heavens and there saw al-Qâhir shining a brilliant crimson. This is how the capital of Egypt was named al-Qahira, “the victorious,” and its foundations became inseperable from space, light, the universe…
Text by: Gamal al-Gitani, Khaled Osman

Publisher: Le Chêne (2001)
176 pages
Size: 25x25 cm
ISBN :2842772911   

Habibi Cairo

These faces of children, men and women, imprints of poetry and affection take us to the neighborhoods where these families live. The delicate and sensitive eye of a photographer craves for meaning beyond the mundane.


Publisher: Filigranes (1997)
36 pages
Size: 13x18 cm
ISBN :2910682404   

Awards


    2014 - World Press Photo, Staged Portraits , 2nd prize stories for his series "Mother and Son"

    2001 - Fujifilm Award of Festival Terre d'images to Biarritz

    2000 - World Press Photo Award (portrait stories)

    2000 - Hasselblad of the town Vevey Award, Suisse

    1997 - "Monographies" Award

    1996 - Fiacre Grant

    1995 - First place Ilford Award

Exhibitions



Everliving Ghana (Accra)
From 2017-09-17 to 2017-09-30

ArchiAfrika is a new art gallery in Jamestown, in the disinherited historic district of the Ghanaian capital. While he stayed for years in Ghana, Denis Dailleux had first discovered the fishermen’s district of Jamestown. This is this first “visual choc” that presents the gallery. The photographs of Denis Dailleux about Ghana are exhibited near the place where most of them has been shooted, in Jamestown (Accra).

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Ordinary journey (Saint-Nazaire )
From 2017-07-26 to 2017-10-08

On the initiative of « L’art à l’ouest » association, the project « Ordinary journey » gather the works of four photographers on a topic that aims to lead dialogue between artistic creation and a firmly universal and open subject: the mobility, in a contemporary dimension. Denis Dailleux, who has made Egypt his favourite topic since more than 15 years, immersed himself in Cairo popular districts to make the portrait of tuk-tuk drivers. This cheap and handy vehicle that came from Southeast Asia, has spread among the city to the extent of beginning a political stake for the...

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Les gens de mon village (Sète)
From 2017-05-24 to 2017-06-11

Provincial, je suis monté à Paris, au début des années 80, dans l’espoir de devenir photographe. Mais la réalité fut autre et il a fallu que je travaille pour gagner ma vie. J’étais perdu, enclin à des doutes, sur le point d’abandonner mon rêve quand j’ai lu Lettres à un jeune poète, de Rainer Maria Rilke. C’est dans ce livre que j’ai trouvé la voie à suivre pour commencer un travail d’auteur. Il dit : « Et si même vous étiez dans une prison, si les murs ne laissaient venir à vos sens aucun des bruits du monde alors auriez-vous votre enfance cette richesse...

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Intérieurs d\'ailleurs, intimités sociales (Grasse)
From 2015-05-12 to 2015-10-11


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Egypt, martyrs of the revolution (Grenoble)
From 2014-09-18 to 2014-10-31

On the 21th of January in Cairo, in the fever of revolution, young Egyptians passed away because of the violent police crackdown. The photographer Denis Dailleux, who has been living in Egypt for about ten years, wanted to pay tribute to them through his pictures. One year after, he visited the dead’s families attended by the video maker Mahmoud Faraq, in order to gather their story before he shoots. Then Denis Dailleux built a triptych for each family: a silent and noble portrait of their relatives, a picture of the deceased, smiley and enhanced, and a view of the surrounding urban...

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Nile in my veins (Bouchemaine)
From 2014-09-12 to 2014-09-18

The first sketch of my work is not a political choice, but rather a choice made out of love. I fell in love with Egypt while I was there. During my first stay, I discovered the pleasures of oriental-style luxury, evenings spent on the banks of the Nile, music and the smell of the oleanders but, on the other hand, I was suffocating. I decided to focus on the working class area of Gamaleya. I discovered the people, their homes, their working conditions. It was like Zola’s novel Germinal in the late 20th century. Incredibly tough workshops, metal foundries where there were fifteen or so...

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Mothers and Sons (Sète)
From 2014-05-28 to 2014-06-15

Denis Dailleux continues to show the generosity of the Egyptian people. For this series, very personal, he went to meet mothers and their son. The son lies shirtless near his mother. With modesty and tenderness, the photographer takes us in these families, where the absolute love of these bodybuilders sounds like an ode to the mother. Opening : Wednesday May 28th, Chais des Moulins, 6:30 pm

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Egypt: the martyrs of the revolution (Sanary-sur-Mer)
From 2014-05-22 to 2014-06-15

Photomed 2014 features the recent work of Denis Dailleux about the martyrs. Denis Dailleux pays tribute to martyrs, these men and women – often young – who were killed during the Egyptian revolution of January 28, 2011, victims of police violence and pro-Mubarak militias. He proposes a unique and powerful installation, available with three images – a portrait of the martyr family, a portrait of the martyr and a photograph of the place of life – accompanied with texts by Abdellah Taia and Mahmoud Farag that trace the life of the deceased and the nature of their commitment. Three...

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Egypte, les Martyrs de la Révolution (Paris)
From 2014-01-09 to 2014-03-01

In Egypt, under Hosni Mubarak, colossal portraits posted on walls were not a practice of the times; surely the pyramids were enough to affirm the omnipotence of the Rais… But what is it, nowadays, in Cairo with the portraits of the young martyrs who died as a consequence of the Arab Spring ? Their faces seem to have appeared only briefly on the walls of the city, to – very quickly – be torn away. It is a particularity of the street in Cairo, to take over at an incredible speed, anything and everything. In a manner similar to the web, so important for the Arab Revolution, where...

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Mother and Son (Paris)
From 2013-11-06 to 2013-12-11

A most Christ-like image, a bare-chested son rests near his mother. Why does this image of the mother-son relationship move us so? Because the son, by his nudity, looks as fragile as he was on the day of his birth? Because the mother seems fulfilled by the presence of son, who completes her? These images from our Mediterranean roots strike us because they come the dawn of time, and the same time, rest at the heart of the modern psyche. Co-dependent and distant, this emotional equilibrium is captured with the essential sensibility of a photographer\'s eye. Denis Dailleux takes his...

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Ghana (Jamestown, Accra)
From 2013-09-07 to 2014-09-01

\"It\'s through the wonderful book Paul Strand dedicated to this country that I discovered Ghana. It was a shock and I said to myself that one day I’ll go myself to discover and photograph this country\" Denis Dailleux Ghana, situated along the Guinean gulf, is a country living towards the sea. His story was built on British colonisation history, slaves trading posts and triangle trade. Today, Ghana is one of the only African countries which has succeeded in its democratic transition. Denis Dailleux documents this country as he has travelled there. With exactness and delicacy, he...

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The Memory of a revolution (Périgueux)
From 2013-05-24 to 2013-06-15

In Egypt, under Hosni Mubarak, colossal portraits posted on walls were not a practice of the times; surely the pyramids were enough to affirm the omnipotence of the Rais… But what is it, nowadays, in Cairo with the portraits of the young martyrs who died as a consequence of the Arab Spring ? Their faces seem to have appeared only briefly on the walls of the city, to – very quickly – be torn away. It is a particularity of the street in Cairo, to take over at an incredible speed, anything and everything. In a manner similar to the web, so important for the Arab Revolution, where...

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Mémoire d'une révolution (Toulouse)
From 2012-09-15 to 2012-10-07


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Egypte claire et obscure (Marseille)
From 2012-09-15 to 2012-12-22

Denis Dailleux dresse depuis 20 ans le portrait du peuple Egyptien, et plus particulièrement du Caire. Une oeuvre forte et cohérente qui ne cesse de nous révéler les facettes de cette ville, de nous en faire percevoir la substance et les couleurs.\rElle se poursuit naturellement aujourd’hui à travers une chronique des bouleversements et des espoirs de la société civile égyptienne de la Place Tahrir, bien décidée à ne pas se faire voler sa révolution.\r\r"La première ébauche de mon travail n’est pas un choix politique, mais un choix amoureux. Je suis tombé amoureux en...

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Graffitis in Cairo (Alexandrie )
From 2011-12-11 to 2011-12-31

Egypt, Cairo, August 2011 - After the revolution, graffiti artists hail Egyptian people with their graffitis on Cairo's walls.

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Nile in my veins (Siem Reap)
From 2011-11-19 to 2011-11-26

The first sketch of my work is not a political choice, but rather a choice made out of love. I fell in love with Egypt while I was there. During my first stay, I discovered the pleasures of oriental-style luxury, evenings spent on the banks of the Nile, music and the smell of the oleanders but, on the other hand, I was suffocating. I decided to focus on the working class area of Gamaleya. I discovered the people, their homes, their working conditions. It was like Zola’s novel Germinal in the late 20th century. Incredibly tough workshops, metal foundries where there were fifteen or so...

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Ghana (Paris)
From 2011-09-09 to 2011-10-22

"It's through the wonderful book Paul Strand dedicated to this country that I discovered Ghana. It was a shock and I said to myself that one day I’ll go myself to discover and photograph this country" \rDenis Dailleux\r\rGhana, situated along the Guinean gulf, is a country living towards the sea. His story was built on British colonisation history, slaves trading posts and triangle trade. Today, Ghana is one of the only African countries which has succeeded in its democratic transition. Denis Dailleux documents this country as he has travelled there. With exactness and delicacy, he...

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Egypte, what is happening there ? (Saint Junien)
From 2011-07-01 to 2011-10-04

Between Denis Dailleux and Egypt, it is a true love story : on one side, an insatiable fascination for this unique country, its mood, its magical lights and an unspeakable tenderess towards its inhabitants ; on the other, a natural generosity, a city like Cairo which offers itself to this subjugated look, inhabitants full of spontaneous kindness.\rDenis Dailleux makes regular trips to Egypt, in an obsessive way.

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Nile in my veins (Toulouse)
From 2011-05-11 to 2011-06-08

Denis Dailleux has been working on Egypt for 15 years with always the same gaze of love. To mark the release of his book he co-authored with Gilbert Sinoué, "Impressions of Egypt", the French Institute hosts a retrospective of his work. Egypt is shown as a worthy country, intense and delicate, questionned in chiaroscuro and subdued by a gaze of extreme demand.

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Nile in my veins (Alexandrie)
From 2011-03-28 to 2011-04-24

Denis Dailleux has been working on Egypt for 15 years with always the same gaze of love. To mark the release of his book he co-authored with Gilbert Sinoué, "Impressions of Egypt", the French Institute hosts a retrospective of his work. Egypt is shown as a worthy country, intense and delicate, questionned in chiaroscuro and subdued by a gaze of extreme demand.

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Picture Festival of Le Mans (Le Mans)
From 2011-03-12 to 2011-04-03

Entertaining stories and portraits, staged critical and sociological survey, group projects and presenting self-portraits of ordinary women, diverse and unique, so none of them claims to the exemplary. Their interest is quite different.\r\rThe work of photographers (male and female, among them are Denis Dailleux and Isabelle Eshraghi) we in fact refer to matters of images: changing roles of social critic born or traditional models of marketing, disenchantment of the everyday, an assertion of personal identity, demand for equality and the right to be different ... In all cases, they upset the...

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Du Nil dans mes veines (Bastia)
From 2010-05-27 to 2010-07-13


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Egypt (Marrakech)
From 2009-05-02 to 2009-06-30

With the delicacy he is notable for, his photography appears calm, incredibly demanding, traced through with permanent doubts and coloured by the vital personal relationship he maintains with that and those he frames with his camera. His passion for people, for others, has naturally caused him to develop portraits as his favoured method of representing those he wished, desire to get close to. And this he did, with Catherine Deneuve as well as anonymous subjects from the slums of Cairo, with the same discretion he expects from others, without complaint, hoping things will come right. So,...

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King's son (Paris)
From 2008-12-12 to 2009-01-31


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Tante Juliette (Brest)
From 2008-04-24 to 2008-06-19

La Galerie du Centre atlantique de la Photographie de Brest accueille un ensemble quasi-rétrospectif des travaux de Denis Dailleux : une cinquantaine de photographies extraites de deux séries : Habibi Cairo – Le Caire, et un ensemble plus ancien de portraits de Tante Juliette – photographié en noir et blanc. Il s’agit d’une série photographique intime et saisissante de portraits de Tante Juliette, un personnage hors du commun, qui devient un mythe magnifié par la photographie et ses mises en scène. Ici, Denis Dailleux raconte l’histoire intime de sa grand-tante et pose un...

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