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PHOTOS SANS FRONTIERES

Born in Burgundy, François Lager achieved his first photographs in the neighboring nature of his hometown. Having got his degree in Laws at Assas University, he started to travel across Europe and the United States. In 1999, his first photos exhibition was achieved under the title "Women and Children of the World". The exhibition’s aim was to show the visitors about the living conditions of a fragile population. 2001 was the creation date of his first Internet site devoted to the tribes living in the Golden Triangle (Northern part of Thailand). Then, his Internet site was reviewed and expanded to other countries with an exhibition organized in 2005. "Colors of the World" gave a new trend towards a human focus approach. François Lager recently confirmed his engagement through the publication of "Photographs Without Borders" (refer to publibook). This book, gives an interpretation about the relation between Man and nature, Man and spirituality. A sensitive experiment along with fifty photographs. To contrast with the book (published in French), this site is mostly in English. Indeed, that language has often been the required key to start a fruitful exchange with wonderful people met. Please enjoy this site and feel free to provide your Feedback. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Originaire de Bourgogne, François Lager fait ses premières photos dans la nature avoisinante de sa ville natale. Diplôme en Droit de l’université d’Assas, il commence a voyager à travers l’Europe et aux Etats-Unis. En 1999, il réalisa sa première exposition autour du thème « Femmes et Enfants du Monde » afin de sensibiliser les visiteurs aux conditions de vie d’une population fragile. Cette approche humaine s’est confirmée alors qu’accroissait sa découverte et son partage de nouveaux horizons. 2001 fut la création de la première version de son site Internet consacré aux tribus Tibéto-birmanes localisées dans le Triangle d’Or. Ce site Internet s’est ouvert à d’autres pays en 2004. Son exposition de 2005, «Couleurs du Monde » donna la tonalité à cette nouvelle approche. Deux années plus tard, il confirme son engagement a travers la publication d’un livre (éditions Publibook). «Photos Sans Frontières », sur la relation entre l’homme et la nature, entre l’homme et la spiritualité. Une expérience sensible, spirituelle et sensorielle, ponctuée d’une cinquantaine de photos. Merci de votre visite et n'hésitez pas à le contacter.

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