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Vincent Fillon

Born in: 1975


A graduate of the ENS Louis Lumière, Vincent Fillon is a photographer specialized in architecture since 2006; he works mainly with architecture firms and institutions. His commissioned work and personal projects led him to tackle questions concerning heritage and urbanism. From a snapshot of the current situation to questions of reconversion, his approach to photography documents, questions, interprets and strikes. In 2009, he completed a photo project for the Pavillon de l’Arsenal and the Centre Pompidou as part of an exhibit entitled “Œuvres Construites 1948-2009 - Architecture de Collection - Paris Île-de-France”. In 2010, the DRAC Ile-de-France (regional bureau of cultural affairs) commissioned him to prepare a reportage on housing built between 1945-1975. This work was the subject of an exhibit at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris Belleville. His work on large spaces continued in 2011 with “Hong Kong - City One”, and outsized and oppressive city comprised of 52 identical housing towers. This project was published in the 389th edition of the magazine “L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui”. His work in the emblematic neighborhood of the “Olympiades” revealed a surprising urban reality and included shots of the inside of a logistical platform used for Asian trade, breathtaking views of the Parisian cityscape from atop the towers and a cement slab with an uncertain future. This work was featured in the Pavillon de l’Arsenal in March 2013, and in a special edition of the magazine “Connaissances des Arts”.
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