Pascaline Marre is an independant photographer based in Paris. She is represented by the Binôme Gallery, Paris 4, and the Regard Sud gallery, Lyon, France. Her work explores the unseen and the impermanence, obsessed with collective memory loss regarding historical or cultural facts.
After spending her photographic career on social and political issues, she has recently explored a more intimate side to her work, immersing herself into her own unexploited archives. The result is the mergence of three separate ongoing project coming into one, the funambulist, still in progress. Pascaline has published three books, the latter entitled “Phantoms of Anatolia” explores the place of the Armenian genocide in contemporary Turkey and the consequences of its denial on Turkish society. This major project done over 10 years has been exhibited in various galleries and private institutions since 2015, when the book was published.