French, born in 1961.
Fabrice Picard’s photography is intimate. It resonates with the questions he asks about the world around him and about his own being. His first works on the couple and on animals are directly linked to his twin condition. For him, photography is the twin face of the world, just as his brother’s face was the mirror of what he lived.
Identity, duplicity, visual space, death, writings, the notion of frontier are among the themes of his research, which he has imagined in his different series: “Animae”, “La Mort Dévisagée”, “Lieux Ordinaires”, “Les Jardins de Lucifer”, Rupestres”, “Il fait déjà jour…” and “Faceless”.
Collaborates with the French and foreign press as well as various institutions and companies.