The Fairest Of Them All
A photographic diary co-written by Olivia Gay and Mariane Pearl, produced by Chime For Change, Kering Foundation – 2017.
__ Texts and reviews
__ Exhibition views
__ News (exhibitions, conferences, events)
- Press review (selection)
Cedric Citran, The Great East captured in the eye of five photographers, Grand EstHeritage – 20 Nov. 2019
Zaha Redman, Hotel Drouot Gazette, 04/13/2018
Ellen Feldman, Women’s Review of Books, July/August, USA, 2018
Dominique Baqué, Droit de regard, droit de cité (Right to Look, Right of City), La Revue, MEP, Paris 2018
Clementine Mercier, A Woman and Women, Liberation, 06/2017
Emilie Chaudet, The early mornings, Disappearing with dawn, France Culture,15/06/2017
Claire Guillot, Et voici le travail (And Here’s the Job),M Le Monde magazine, 05/2013
Carole Boulbès, 2009, year of France in Brazil, ART PRESS, 2009
Olivia Gay was born in 1973 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. She is a graduate of the New England School of Photography, Boston, USA and the National Graduate School of Photography in Arles, France.
His work has been exhibited at the European House of Photography in Paris, at the Château d’Eau Gallery in Toulouse. Her work has been highly awarded so far, by: Grand East Photographic Mission, HSBC Special Joy Hendericks Award, National Center for Plastic Arts – France, MAST Bologna Foundation, Kodak Critics’ Award.
She lives and works in Normandy and has been preparing a PHD in art at RADIAN, Normandy, since September 2020.
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