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Celine Croze is a visual artist born in Morocco and based in Paris with a background in cinema.
Sensitive to the cracks that our society is going through, her work focus on social issues and human bodies as territories. Celine uses film codes to transgress the world she’s looking at.
Her various works as a photographer and video artist were presented at the Billboard Festival in Casablanca (2015), the Marrakech Biennale in 2016, the Paraguay Biennale (El ojo Salvaje - 2018), the Tangier Photography Foundation (2019), the Dummy Award Photobook of Kassel and the Fuam Dummy Book Award from Istanbul in 2018.
Eleni Onasoglou was born in Syros Island (Greece), where she lived during her early years. In 2008 she graduated with a scholarship from ESP school of photography. Today she lives and works as a photographer in Athens. Her work has been published in magazines from Greece and abroad and presented in photography group exhibitions.
Julie Glassberg was born and raised in Paris, France. After studying graphic design for four years, she decided to make her passion for photography become her life and moved to NY. Her interests are primarily based on the diversity of world cultures, subcultures, underground scenes as well as the misfits of society. Photography is like a passport to enter worlds that she would never be able to see otherwise.
She regularly collaborates with The New York Times, and from late 2011 to 2015, the Metropolitan section of the paper assigns her, with staff reporter Corey Kilgannon, to photograph the portraits of the weekly column Character Study.
Graduated in Political Science, Romain Bagnard resides in Lyon (France) and has been practicing photography for twenty years in a self-taught way. He recently completed this course with two workshops in the framework of the Rencontres de la photographie d'Arles with Paolo Nozzolino and Patrick Le Bescont.
Since the beginning of 2020, he is now fully dedicated to his photographic activity. This year he exhibited an excerpt from his series Dystopia at the Halles du Faubourg in Lyon and participated in a group exhibition around Dante’s Hell at the Polo Museale Santo Spirito in Lanciano (Italy). Recently selected by GUP magazine to be part of Fresh Eyes 2020 talents that bring together 100 emerging European photographers in a book published in July 2020. His series The Shelter was exhibited at the Athens Photo Festival 2020 and will be at Photographiques du Mans in spring 2021. In January 2021, Fisheye magazine published a large portfolio of its Médusa series. He's been recently shortlisted for the Gomma Grant 2021.