Bourdeau’s works calls to mind the energy and levity of early hip-hop photography while extending the contemporary conversation on what it means to document hip-hop and diasporic subculture.
By documenting Paris and London nightlife and music culture,
Bourdeau extends the contemporary lens on the likes of Princess Nokia, Thundercat, Skepta, House of Pharaohs.
The candid, snapshot sensibility of Bourdeau’s work is very much of its time.
After all, access to artists has shifted and the age
of social media and hyper saturation of visual culture has changed
the alot for photography.
What has stayed the same is the great responsibility of seeing.
Bourdeau worked in Report, Editorial, Studio and also exhibited in Galleries,
aquiring an experience in a wide range of domaines.
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