LINDA TULOUP

Captured using a medium format, Linda Tuloup's prints, in black and white or in color, reveal an essentially feminine world and invite us to an intimate poetry. His photographs, shivering and disturbed, open up a country where the invisible speaks to us in silence.
She has just published a book Venus, published by Bergger, with the writer Yannick Haenel.
His work is the subject of numerous exhibitions and publications in France and abroad.

Linda Tuloup lives and works in Paris.

Exhibitions (selection)

2021

The Lounge, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
Paris summer festival, Jacques Decour High School, Paris
Feu, Les Instants Videos, Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseille
Movie The Pink Room, Photographic nights, Paris
They, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
Art Paris, Grand Palais Éphémère, Olivier Waltman Gallery, Paris

2020

Bye bye future, the art of time travel , Royal Museum of Mariemont, Belgium

2019

Where are the hugs leading us?, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
Fotofever, Carrousel du Louvre, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

2017

Capnomancie , Heritage Days, Grand Lodge of France, Paris
Art Paris Art Fair, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris
Summer Show, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

2016

Eros and nature, Chapelle Sainte-Anne, Arles
Recent works, Galerie Olivier Waltman, Paris

2015

Turbine Art Fair, Erdmann Contemporary Gallery, Joannesburg
The meetings of the photographs, Galerie Joseph-Antonin, Arles
<em>Moi, toi, elles</em>, Chapelle Sainte-Anne, Arles

2014

Dreams to Reality, Erdmann Contemporary Gallery, Cape Town
And tenderness, brothel, Obrose Gallery, Paris

2013

Air, animals, Paris

2012

Figures / Month of the photo, Paris
<em>Nudes and Landscapes</em>, Hotel de Sauroy, Paris
Gallery of Europe, Paris

2011

<em>Air Generation</em>, European House of Photography, Paris

2010

André Villers Museum of Photography, Mougin
Galerie Agnès B, Paris
<em>The pink room</em>, Frédéric Moisan Gallery, Paris

2009

From the land of dreams, Megève

editions

FEU, limited edition of 20, numbered and signed by the artist and accompanied by a letter from Sandrine Treiner, 2021

Bye bye Future, the art of time travel, La lettre volée editions, 2020

VENUS - Where the hugs lead us, Bergger Publishing, 2019

CHIMERA, limited edition of 30 copies, numbered and signed by the artist, Nouveau Festival du Center Pompidou, Éditions Book Machine, 2013

THE PINK BEDROOM, limited edition with 17 numbered and signed silver prints in a black velvet box, 2010

Father mother, Yves Haddad, 155 artist proofs, Éditions de la Martinière, 2011

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