Alex Crétey-Systermans, Sidonie
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Alex Crétey-Systermans

Sidonie, France, 2011
Website - Systermans.com

Alex Cretey Systermans is a Paris-based fine art and editorial photographer. He received his MFA from The Villa Arson in Nice, France. His work has been featured in major European magazines such as National Geographic, A/R Magazine, Le Monde, Le Point and L'Express . Alex has participated in many group and solo shows in France, UK and in the U.S. He took part of a group show in Rencontres d'Arles in July, a solo exhibition in November 2012 for the Mois de la Photo in Paris and a still ongoing group show in Leeds, UK. He's currently working on a major group show with his recently joined International photographer collective Strange.rs.

Posted on Friday, May 31, 2013.

 

 

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