French photographer based in Paris, member of Picturetank co-op agency.
Emmanuelle Blanc, became a photographer after studding architecture. She uses photography and video to express the environment, architecture and landscapes that we live in and move through...
She has produced a series on the ‘Geography of Extreme Human Occupation’ in the context of ‘The Liquid Territory of France’, a collection of 50 photographs created under the supervision of Paul Wombell, with the goal of pursuing an extensive photographic study of the French landscape.
Her work on the urban planning of Le Corbusier In Chandigarh was exhibited in Malraux Museum in Le Havre.
She has exhibited in Salon d'art Contemporain - Montrouge ; The Finnish Institute - Paris ; French Institute, Dusseldorf ; Art Ligue Gallery - Paris ; La Chambre Claire Gallery - Annecy ; Mediatèque - Rueil-Malmaison ; Leoti, Brussels...
She publishes on the works of major architects including Alvar Aalto and Jean Nouvel. Since 2005, she has produced an important series of photos on the heritage of the city of Saint-Ouen.
She is much sought after by architectural firms and has published in national and international forums.