Alexis Reynaud is a Swiss photographer, who became known for his book “Genève, Voyage Urbain”. His work has been shown in Art Basel Selection, Kiaf/11 Seoul and Scope Basel, as well as in several galleries and art fairs across Paris, Hong Kong and Zurich.
His photography work showcases, most notably, petrified wood that evokes aerial maps and nude, darkened bodies captured by the elegance that existed in bronze status marked by and frozen in time.
His work has created a path between the visible and the indescribable. It unites these two elements through a dreamlike canvas, and challenges us on what we think is real by offering us alternating viewpoints.
Alexis Reynaud’s photography work is part of private and public collections.