Born in 1975, Lise Hébuterne lives and works in Paris. Passionate about books, she began to travel through some of them. In particular, the adventures of Tintin and Nicolas Bouvier.
"To leave, to see what is happening elsewhere, far, here, there; I have always dreamed of it: until the first departure. This need to discover other places, other people is omnipresent in my life. Travelling often alone, I leave with my backpack and camera in hand. Over the years, he has proved to be my ideal travelling companion. To be silent to contemplate better..."
From the Americas to Asia, his photographs are an invitation to travel. An invitation to discover and rediscover the world and its components: "to see what you don’t see, or more. To see otherwise. "
2016: New York, Bar de la Fontaine, Ile d’Arz (15/07-18/09) / New York, Les mondes bohèmes, Paris 20e (02/06-18/08) / New York, Bistrot des Artistes, Paris 5e / En train de vivre, Les mondes bohèmes, Paris 20e
2015: In the process of living, Bistrot des Artistes, Paris 5e / In the process of living, Centre culturel le Moustier, Thorigny sur Marne
2013: Mongolia, Bar de la Fontaine, Ile d’Arz
2012: Spaces, Bar de la Fontaine, Ile d’Arz / Man and water, collective exhibition, MAP Festival, Toulouse / L’envol, collective exhibition, Galerie Gassendi, Paris 14th / Zen, Atelier Méli-Mélo, Paris 11th
2010: Lost in Japan, Gallery Le Pas’sage, Arpajon
2009: Lost in Japan, Banque populaire Sorbonne, Paris 5e