Based in Paris, France, photographer Vincent Ferrané describes his work as “intimate, human, and composed.” Whether working on commissions or personal projects, Ferrané strives to capture reality in a way that is simultaneously symbolic and sensitive. Spanning a range of subject matter, his personal practice explores intimacy in daily life. “At the articulation between a staged image and a vernacular photograph, I’m trying to question and offer a renewed look at representations that we thought were obvious or trivial,” he explains. Of his recent photobook, “Inner” (Art Paper Editions, 2022), Ferrané says:
“Is the title of this series the first segment of a phrase such as inner circle, inner room, or inner light? Looking at these images made of fragments of a body, a face and daily gestures that a permanent sun cuts out and includes in a room of a living space, we will simply understand that it is a question of interior, interiority and intimacy that can be shared with someone.”
See more from “Inner” below!