10 Boundary-Breaking Artists to Look Out For at Paris Photo
In addition to the big-name photographers at this year’s Paris Photo, which opens on November 15, the 16th edition of the annual event also features some rising stars who are taking print photography to new levels by experimenting cross-discipline with alternative techniques. Tucked away in the corners of the Grand Palais, the event’s main exhibition space, will be classic prints but also experimental mixed-media work such as explorer-photographer Adam Jeppesen’s Xerograph-processed and montaged landscapes, Alex Prager’s slick, voyeristic views of accident scenes, and Matthew Brandt’s "Lakes and Reservoirs" C-prints of landscapes, which are broken down in color tone through immersion in lake-water baths. If not headliners of this year’s event, these figures are definitely the names to watch for in the future.
To see ARTINFO France’s selection of work by our favorite up-and-coming photographers at Paris Photo, click on the slideshow.