September 07, 2021


6th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography


Carrer Diputació 48, 08015 Barcelona - Spain

Seven of my artworks from the series “Tiny Planet-sur-Seine” have been selected to exhibit in the 6th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography at the Fotonostrum Gallery in Barcelona, Spain.

The Biennial will be open on December 9th 2021 for one month and will close on January 8th of 2022.

If you are able to attend I encourage you to do so, as this international event will show awarded works from the 15th and 16th Julia Margaret Cameron and Pollux Awards, amongst other artworks and special invitees.


Photo courtesy of © Fotonostrum Gallery

Photo courtesy of © Fotonostrum Gallery

Exhibited Artwork from series "Tiny Planet-sur-Seine"

  • Crowning La Seine

    Crowning La Seine

    Even before its construction was completed, the tower was already in the eye of the storm of social debates. She was severely ridiculed by the critics of famous names in the World of Arts and Letters. But the impossible came true and the tower, with its almost 131 years old, has taken roots. 2016 © ➡️ ARTWORK INFO

  • La Mouche

    La Mouche

    Seine’s majestic ornament.
 2016 © ➡️ ARTWORK INFO

  • Red-Copper Bridge

    Red-Copper Bridge

    Although very short and discreet, the Pont-au-double is not only one of the busiest Parisian bridges, directly connecting the "Quartier Latin" to the "Parvis-Notre-Dame", but it is also the only one exhibiting a copper-red railing that makes it unique. 2019 © ➡️ ARTWORK INFO

  • En Corbeille

    En Corbeille

    A tiny tribute to all those shopkeepers who formerly settled on the corbels of Pont Neuf trading their bric-a-brac, bringing part of that eternal essence to the city. Contrary to its name, Pont Neuf is the oldest bridge in Paris, 1578-1607. 2019 © ➡️ ARTWORK INFO

  • L’Heure Bleue

    L’Heure Bleue

    Is there a better way to admire this phenomenon in which the sky reveals its colorful spectacle than in Paris? That is another reason why Paris is also referred to as the City of Light. 2019 © ➡️ ARTWORK INFO

  • Grip


    Magnetized to the surface of the Bir-Hakeim bridge, the stone arch grips the Viaduc de Passy tightly. Ready to take the planet by its handle! 2015 © ➡️ ARTWORK INFO

  • Scène sur Seine

    Scène sur Seine

    The Statue of Liberty also brings to mind the torch-lady of Columbia Pictures. The skyscrapers in the background and a cloudless sky crossed by a ray of frontal light. The show must go on! 2015 © ➡️ ARTWORK INFO

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