Born in 1973 - France
Born in 1973, Nicolas Comment is a songwriter and photographer who lives and works in Paris.
After studying cinema at Lyon II University and the Art College of Lyon, he published his first photographic book, "La Desserte" (text by André S. Labarthe), with Editions Filigranes in 2001. It was followed by "Le Point" in 2003 and "A***" in 2004. During this period, he developed a photographic work focused specifically on “literature” in collaboration with Anne-Lise Broyer with whom he has run the publication "Saison" at Editions Filigranes. In 2006, he published the book "Fading," an attempt to recreate a sentimental portrait of Prague. Several personal and collective exhibitions in France and abroad have showcased his work, which, according to writer Bernard Noël, defines as a “diary of a look”.
At the age 30, his encounter with Rodolphe Burger brought him closer to the world of music (he works alongside Jacques Higelin, Yves Simon, Jeanne Balibar, and many other musicians), until Jean-Louis Piérot (ex-Valentins and producer of Daho, Miossec, Bashung, etc.) proposed to assist him in directing a personal musical project. The Book-Disc "Est-ce l’Est? Berliner Romanze," launched in 2008, is the first stage of this collaboration.
These several disciplines allow Comment to stretch out his own “territory” to a “witty” practice of photography increasingly integrating both music and text.
In 2014, he published the book T(ange)r and had an exhibition in January 2015 at the Galerie 127 (Marrakech) presenting a new series of photographs taken in Tangiers.
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