Laurence Chellali


The International Festival of wildlife photography of Sanmenxia

December 15, 2017

I had the pleasure of being invited to the “International Wildlife Photo Festival of Sanmenxia”, one of the greatest of China. Wonderful meetings with photographers of great renown in nature and travel photography as well as some amazing exhibits. A special thank you to Guo Jin, curator who invite me and to Anton Hazewinkel for…

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1st place for the urban photo awards

December 8, 2017

I’m proud to have been selected in this important Italian competition. 3 of my photos were finalists and one of them won the first place in the “Urban Art” section. Thank you so much to the president of the jury Maurizio Galimberti. These photos will be exposed during the Trieste Photo Days, an Italian festival…

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Up-down has been published in Don’t Take Pictures magazine

February 24, 2017

My photo Up-down has been published in the Don’t Take Pictures magazine for the trimestrial on line exhibition on the theme : windows. Curatorial statement : Letting in the light, windows provide a portal to look out onto the world or to peer into a space. These panes of glass sometimes allow the viewer clarity,…

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Together is in solo exhibition at Ofoto Gallery

February 24, 2017

Together will be in solo exhibition at Ofoto Gallery in Shanghai from march 4th to April 28th 2017. Curator : Chen Haiyan Duration: 2017.03.04 – 04.28 / 10:00 – 18:00 Venue: OFOTO Gallery. 2F, Building 13, 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai   Defintion of “Together” by Laurence Chellali One with the other, ones with the others, at…

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Sam Abell has chosen 2 of my photos to be part of the “Composed” exhibition

February 11, 2017

  I’m very proud that these 2 photos have been selected to be part of the collective exhibition “Composed” co-organized by Photoplace Gallery and  Texas Photographic Society. Gallery exhibition: February 1 – March 3, 2017 Sam Abell’s statement : ‘What gives life to a photograph?” is a question I have long considered. Take the selection of…

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