Antoine Gaussin (French) studied journalism and photography. As a journalist he travelled a lot in Africa - in the South Sahara region - and in Mongolia.
Gradually he began focusing increasingly on photography and worked at forging a strong graphic identity for himself.
His Seascapes series is mainly influenced by his past travels and poetic dimension of open space. He excels at expressing a feeling of visual solitude punctuated by small points of reference.
The series creates a powerfull feeling of peace and serenity.
By concentrating on black and white and using a "silky" paper, he creates an imaginary world rather than just a reality.
His last series Tracks takes the opposite position focusing on the world of airplanes.