Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Back in September, French photographer Clément Briend projected giant gargoyle heads on to trees at Parc de Saint-Cloud near Paris. The installation was part of European Heritage Days 2012.

    Clement Briend is a professor of culture and photographic practice at the University of Valenciennes, photographer and projectionist. In a sentence, his contribution to the world culture and art consists of photographing, projecting what was photographed in open spaces and rephotographing of what was projected.


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


    Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend



    Clement Briend

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Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Back in September, French photographer Clément Briend projected giant gargoyle heads on to trees at Parc de Saint-Cloud near Paris. The installation was part of European Heritage Days 2012.

Clement Briend is a professor of culture and photographic practice at the University of Valenciennes, photographer and projectionist. In a sentence, his contribution to the world culture and art consists of photographing, projecting what was photographed in open spaces and rephotographing of what was projected.


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend


Cambodian Trees By Clement Briend



Clement Briend

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