Born in 1986 - France
Cyprien Clément-Delmas is a French photographer and film producer born in 1986. Photo essays and documentary films mark his artistic approach. Starting from the reality, he likes creating unique visual universes. In his series about the chemical industry "Apocalyptic photography", he transformed the laborers and the factories into a post-apocalyptic world and denounced the dangers of an excessive industrialization of this planet.
Cyprien works in white and black silver films with a Leica. Very soon his pictures were exhibited in numerous prestigious places (Christie's Paris, Kowasa Gallery). His work about Eastern Europe made him known as the "humanist" photographer. Since then he has been supported as a young artist by the Rubis Mécénat art foundation.
He studied cinema in Spain, where he realized several short movies as "Luciano" (35mm, 15min), which received numerous prizes in European festivals. He then turned towards documentary. He became the photography director of a feature film "Bugarach" (official selection Hot Docs 2014 and IDFA 2014) for which he will fit in a small village in France for shooting better videos. His first feature-length documentary was filmed in Ukraine: the intimate portrait of three veterans of the red army living in the nostalgia of the Soviet Union.
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