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Clarisse Rebotier et Thomas Subtil

Clarisse Rebotier and Thomas Subtil are two French photographers. They produced together Animétro, a series of funny images staging an invasion of wild animals in the Paris metro. Their practice is part of today's emerging photography scene, with surprising and fun images that explore the possibilities offered by digital photography.

Clarisse Rebotier is a self-taught photographer. She has been taking pictures since 2012, when she won the Central Dupon prize. Today her practice encompasses staged photographs showing animals, insects or figurines in funny situations, with surprising changes in scale that shake our point of view on the world.

Thomas Subtil is a photographer with a poetic and unusual vision of reality. He was born in Strasbourg in 1981 and grew up and studied in Nancy. When he was still a kid he started to take black and white pictures and develop them in his family's lab. In 2001 he joined the ESRA where he studied film editing. Afterwards he worked in television, in advertising and documentary production.

He came back to his first love, photography, bought a digital reflex camera and opened his first photo studio in Montmartre. In 2008, he spent some time in the US, in New York and on a bus trip across the country.
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