Jack Solle is a French documentary photographer and visual storyteller born in 1991, based in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and working between France and South America.
Traveler from the outside as well as the inside, his photographic and audiovisual practice approaches the exploration of new territories. Moving around the South American continent since 2015, he tries to give testimony of the diversity and complexity of the territories he cross, questioning the relationship that human beings have with their environment and achieve themselves.
In Buenos Aires, where he has been living since 2018, he covered social and political events, in particular the campaign for the legalization of abortion and the repercussions of the economic crisis while he was trained as a photojournalist.
The year 2020 confirms this path towards the documentary and conceptual, developing works that reflect an anthropological and philosophical vision of our pandemic era.