Allegro Vivace, ca 1982

Metaforms

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Étienne Bertrand WEILL

Released in October 44, in this France that comes out very deprived of the occupation, Étienne Bertrand Weill buys a used rolleiflex and develops his photos in his bathroom with an enlarger he made with a biscuit box. He works for illustration while working in all areas of photography.
Following his meeting with Marcel Marceau, he turned to theater, mime and dance photography. His effort to suggest the movement of the scene in the still image, leads him to his research and personal creation: the Metaforms. The photos presented are part of public or private collections. Some have been exhibited or published, others have appeared in various shows.

Personal exhibitions

 2014 

Maria Wettergren Gallery

Original silver print photographies and projections of “Music for the Eye” "I think that one of the roles of the artist... is to help others to rediscover their gaze (on the world and on things) and with the gaze the sense of wonder that is so fundamental according to Heschel."  1 Let's follow Étienne Bertrand Weill's…

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 2012 

BnF François-Mitterrand, Paris

Vertige du corps September 16 - November 18 2012 The Bibliothèque Nationale de France presents the work of photographer Etienne Bertrand Weill (1919-2001) in the Julien Cain aisle. An itinerary based on modern prints allows us to discover a work that is an example of the fertile crossroads of languages and forms between photography and…

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 2008 

Hautefeuille Gallery, Paris

"Light and mouvement"

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 2007 

Photographic Library, Paris

 2005 

Centre Culturel de la Visitation

Exhibition as part of the Mimos Festival.

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 2002 

Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel Aviv

Tribute to Etienne Bertrand Weill, Suzanne Dellal Centre, Tel Aviv, Israel

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