Jérémy Saint-Peyre
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M. A. Munich, Germany. July 2014 "If it work, maybe it will be the end of suffering." M. A. M. A. left Aleppo six month ago, where his parents remain. He is travelling in fear of identity control. In this crappy hotel, the owner don’t mind illegal...
A mother and her daughter. Many refugees had no place in camps, they are on their own, without legal status.
Bel-Air gas station, D906. Renovated since.
At "The Wild Goose" a Bamako suburb brothel.
Nap at midday, Ebenezer Day Care$ School, Mathare Valley slum.
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www.jeremysaintpeyre.com / Several works include sound material and interviews, available on the photographer website.
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French, born in 1987 in Annecy.

Starting as a photojournalist, Jeremy Saint-Peyre developed a narrative and representative approach based upon text and picture interdependence. He believes a picture can’t say it all, and that its visual power may hide information from us. Pictures, as metaphorical material can support a testimony without being directly linked to it or depicting it but by instead being allegorical.

He works principally in crisis zones, often on the periphery of theaters of war, or in the presence of extreme poverty. He is interested in the effect that such hostile environments have on the land and its inhabitants. 

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www.jeremysaintpeyre.com / Certains travaux disposent d'enregistrements et d'interviews, consultable sur le site du photographe.
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Français, né en 1987 à Annecy.

Après avoir débuté par des travaux de style photojournalistique, il développe une forme de représentation et de narration basée sur une interdépendance des images avec les textes qui y sont associés. L’image ne peut tout dire, sa force visuelle peut desservir sa fonction, à son tour une image peut être métaphorique, soutenir un témoignage sans y être directement liée, ni représenter une situation particulière mais avoir une fonction allégorique.

Il travaille principalement sur des situations entérinées, de crise ou en voie d’acceptation, tels des lieux d’extrême pauvreté, en périphérie de zone de guerre et de leurs conséquences plus étendues.

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Series

Bus 96.

After Oluja – en cours — Jérémy Saint-Peyre

2014 - 2015
M. A. Munich, Germany. July 2014 "If it work, maybe it will be the end of suffering." M. A. M. A. left Aleppo six month ago, where his parents remain. He is travelling in fear of identity control. In this crappy hotel, the owner don’t mind illegal...

Maybe it will be the end of suffering — Jérémy Saint-Peyre

2014 - 2015
A mother and her daughter. Many refugees had no place in camps, they are on their own, without legal status.

Outside Syria, outside camps — Jérémy Saint-Peyre

2013 - 2014
Bel-Air gas station, D906. Renovated since.

Nationale 7 — Jérémy Saint-Peyre

2013
At "The Wild Goose" a Bamako suburb brothel.

Loïc & Cécile — Jérémy Saint-Peyre

2012
Nap at midday, Ebenezer Day Care$ School, Mathare Valley slum.

Kibera — Jérémy Saint-Peyre

2009

Publications​ / Exhibitions

Kibera, la plaie de Nairobi

2011