Jean Marc Tingaud is an artist living in France. In a lexicon, known as “The Photobook”, which is issued by the English publisher Phaïdon, he is considered to be one of the 500 most influential photographers in the history of photography. His works are exhibited in museums, galleries and institutions worldwide.
Travelling across all continents, he develops a work revolving around the topic of time, memory and the return to the origins.
A way of taking a look at the stories of others, moving and mysterious, yet all echoing the Great Story, mixed with the feeling of proximity and also interspersed with autobiographical memories.