Amandine Bollard

Born in 1970 - France


Amandine Bollard is a French photographer, born in 1970.

After having begun her studies in Literature and Hispanic Civilization at Université Paris IV, Amandine Bollard finally decided to join the Photography and Multimedia department at Université de Paris VIII.

Amandine Bollard tries to relentlessly capture the great number of changing societies through her trips. She did a lot of reports on South Korea, Spain, Cyprus and Venezuela.
She has a passion to study the relationship between inhabitants of a city and their environment. Amandine takes pictures of cities, their diversities and daily movements.

Today, Amandine Bollard has a number of orders from the film industry and press.

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-In the mood for Asia, exposition collective, Dorothy’s gallery et L’œil ouvert, Paris, 2006.
-Where did you sleep last night?, exposition collective, Cornershop, Paris, 2006.
-Le printemps bolivarien, Marie du IIème arrondissement, Paris, 2006.
-Folies ordinaires, Université de Séoul, Corée, 2005.
-Venezuela, vers une alternative sociale, Université de Paris VIII / Saint-Denis, 2004.
-L’âge de l’eau, fresque collective commandée par le Conseil Général de Seine-Saint-Denis (93) pour la Biennale de l’Environnement et du Développement Durable, 2002.
-Escenas del Interior, Argentine, Alliance française de Buenos Aires, 1998.

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