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  1. Matthieu Cauchy (b.1993, France) works accross the fields of contemporary documentary photography  and publishing. 

    It was while studying philosophy at the Sorbonne, that he felt the urge to start transforming ideas into images, which he then pursued at «ESA le 75» in Brussels and at the «Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photo d’Arles». His photographies tell the stories of individual’s everyday life in their most intimate details. His work shows that questions about the society we live in do not have to be understood as an abstract sphere, but that they are fundamentally intertwined with the personal encounters we make - encounters which we cannot plan or forsee. 

    In 2018, he founded «Coucou Magazine», a self-publishing structure with Romain Cavallin. 




    Exhibitions and prizes


    Residency Institut français du Maroc (March/April 2021)

    Tétouan, Marocco

    Athens Photo Festival 2020 - Shortlisted for "Silence"

    Athens, Greece

    Prix Maison Blanche Marseille 2020 - Winner for "Silence"

    Marseilles, France

    Plat(t)form, fotomuseum Winterthur 2020

    Winterthur, Switzerland

    Les Erratiques, Galerie Domus Reattu, Les Editions entre Chien et Loup (July 2019)

    Arles, France

    Silence, Boulodrome Charles-Picqué (June 2019)

    Brussels, Belgium

    Première Classe, departement Seine et Marne  (June 2019)

    Longueville, France

    Première Classe, Labokube (April 2019)

    Brussels, Belgium

    Fos-sur-Terre, Marcel Pagnol Center, curated by Gilles Saussier (January 2018)

    Miramas, France

    Satori, Lumix photo festival, container village (June 2018) 

    Hanover, Germany

    Satori, Archaeological Museum of Morbihan  (May 2018)

    Vannes, France

    Satori, La Cambre Espace Flagey (May 2018)

    Brussels, Belgium





    Carte Blanche ESA Le 75 (BE) (January 2020)

    Plateau in Papier Marchine (BE) number 9 (November 2019)

    Tomorrowland in Le Vif Magazine (BE) (July 2017 and 2018)

    Marta in D2D Magazine (BE) (January 2016)