Antoni Lallican is a French photographer born in 1988 in Paris.
In 2015 he embarked on a radical change in his lifestyle and set off on a journey in search of encounters and adventures. It is during this trip that he discovers his passion for photography, which he first perceives as an incredible tool for exchanging with the people he meets.
Self-taught, he has since chosen to focus on documentary photography by organizing his reflections around the human being, his history, interactions and traditions. He develops this approach by travelling alone and tries to immerse himself as much as possible in the countries he crosses and the populations he meets in order to have the most objective possible view on the experiences he lives.
In 2017, he discovered Indian Kashmir and began to reflect on the consequences of the conflict for this people, who had a composite cultural origin. After a second visit to Kashmir in 2018, he presented the result of this reflection in his first solo exhibition: Cachemiris, snapshots of a people with an uncertain future at the FGO-Barbara centre in Paris
More recently he has chosen to revisit one of his favourites; the churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia and is interested in their timeless character. With the timeless Lalibela series, Antoni Lallican tries to capture the feeling of loss of reference that accompanies him during his long dives in this place with its unique atmosphere
- Still life