Jérôme Bryon graduated in architecture and design but quickly became a photographer. He works between Montpellier and Paris. Haunted by images inherited from Russian constructivism to radical architecture, his photographs are graphically composed.
He tries to reveal the beautiful in the mediocre and the banal. For Bryon, photography is at the centre of reality which constantly seduces him. The French photographer is like a butterfly catcher: Looking for the extraordinary in the ordinary, he strives to capture the reality in singular snapshots of everyday situation.
In the featured series, Jérôme Bryon interrogates the uninspired, charmless common grounds and, through his objective gaze, transforms them into strong and powerful images. Grand Sub will be exhibited from May 19th until June 25th at Galerie La Forest Divonne in Paris.