Igor Mukhin(born in 1961) lives and works in Moscow. He is a photographer and teaches a workshop at the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia. During the Perestroika and glasnost period he did an independent photo project dedicated to Soviet young and rock musicians. Since the 90's he shoots the streets of Moscow and describes the changes in the Russian capital, from the fall of the USSR to the rise of the new Russia. He is also the author of many portraits of Russians artists and personalities. His pictures are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Аrt (New York), the State Tretyakov Gallery and the Multimedia Аrt Museum (Moscow), Fonds National d’Аrt Contemporian (France), the Corcoran Gallery of Аrt (Washington).
Dan Aucante embarked on a career as an independent photographer in 1997. He works for the press and institutions, takes portraits of artists, and photographs the performing arts and social and cultural subjects. His projects include collaborations with the Théâtre de la Ville de Paris, the Centre National de la Danse, and designers such as Christian Lacroix and Roland Petit. In tandem with these assignments, he focuses on personal analogue photography projects, producing his own prints using an enlarger.
He won the Ilford prize in 1991 and 2001, and the AGFA International prize in 2004. His photographs feature in collections, including those of the Bibliothèque Nationale. Dan Aucante is represented by the Révélateur agency and Olivier Bourgoin.
Hervé Baudat, a photographer with a fondness for silver grains and other chemical acids, was born in the early seventies and has produced many portraits of artists, faces of people he meets, and his own circle of friends and family. He can be spotted with his 6x6, 6x7 and 4x5 hardware in his little village in southern Corsica, in Veneto during the winter, or tramping the streets of Paris.
His photographs feature in the collections of the Musée Rodin and Bibliothèque Nationale, inter alia.
Born in Kirov (Vyatka) in 1971 in USSR. Professional photojournalist since 1991. In 1999, he moved to Moscow and became a freelance photographer. He contributed to multiple periodicals, including Newsweek and Kommersant [The Businessman] (Russia), Helsingin Sanomat, APU, Talouselama (Finland), etc. He has held about 25 personal exhibitions in Russia, Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Russia, Canada, Czech Republic. In 2013, his photograph was shortlisted for Sony World Photography Award in the Lifestyle category of Professional Competition and exhibited in the Somerset House, London. In 2014 publication of his first album : Vyatka. Become in 2015 Bergger's ambassador in Russia. He is a winner of the Albert Kahn Award in 2020.
After studying psychology, Linda Tuloup grabs a medium format camera and develops a personal, intimate and sensory universe. Through her photographic series she expresses the strong relationship she has with nature and the image of the feminine, going beyond mere seduction to lead us into a fully poetic universe where the unconscious becomes language in its own right. Her work is the subject of numerous exhibitions and publications in France and abroad. She is represented by the Olivier Waltman Gallery (Paris, Miami).
Kit Young was born in 1984. He set out on his photographic journey in 2009 when he moved to France where he joined a group of Paris-based photographers led by Gérard Moulin. It was during this period that Kit began to explore the infinite possibilities of darkroom printing and the juxtaposition of seemingly unrelated moments in time to create visual patterns as part of series-based work.
"While I began taking photographs several years ago, I only started taking the medium of photography seriously when I discovered the hands-on nature of black-and-white film and what are now referred to as 'traditional' printing methods. For me, nothing else will do. The four sides of the negative are my point of reference – they enable the viewer to see what I have seen."
Kit is a member of AllFormat, an international photography collective united by a mutual love of film.