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Eric Gourlan


location: Vienna, Austria


phone: +43 (676) 6026017

        Eric Gourlan was born in 1968 in the town of Lunel (southern France).
        1990-93 – photographer at the Professional Studio "Ceas de Hond" (Paris).
        1992-00 – professor of professional photography (Paris). He had been teaching special techniques for publicity and reportage as well as techniques for developing black and white pictures in the laboratory. Further the main subject was technology for sensitometry and zone systems.
        1994-99 – Eric had been working as an art/technical/industrial photographer for Louis Vuitton – Dior – Clarins – Chanel – Castel-Paris.
        1998-00 – pedagogical assistant to the Director of the photography school.
        2000-02 – freelance photographer. Expedition took 17 months covering the Baltic States, Russia, Kazakhstan, Russia (particular in Siberia) and Mongolia. Result of travelling – reportage "People and Landscapes".
        Since 2003 – photographer for specific events of OSCE.
        For the last ten years, Eric has been focusing on reporting, particularly in Central Asia and countries of the former Soviet Union. He has been working with institutions, international and national agencies on human rights and the conditions of minorities.

        1996 – 1st Prize of "Tetenal-Photographie".
        1997 – 1st Prize of the "Magazine Reponse Photo" in the category reportage.
        1998 – 1st Prize of "Kodak-Professionnel" (laureate, best young photographer 1998 in the category reportage).
        2003 – 1st Prize of the Grand Prix "Hasselblad".
        2010 – Winner of the international competition "Tolerance and Transparency".

        1991 – Paris, France. "Paris by night".
        1992 – Paris, France."Airplanes and Art".
        1992 – Paris, France. "People in Catalonia".
        1993 – Vosves, France. "Psychiatric Milieu".
        1994 – Orsay, France. "Fishermen in Ireland".
        1996 – Paris, France. "Musical instruments".
        1997 – Paris, France. "Yugoslavia after the war".
        1998 – Amien, France. "People in Romania".
        1999 – Paris, France. "Life of people in Galicia".
        2000 – Paris, France. "People in South Asia".
        2001 – Perpignian, France. Kodak exhibition.
        2003 – Warsaw, Poland; Yerevan, Armenia; Georgia, Tbilisi; Baku, Azerbaijan. "Women in the Caucasus".
        2004 – Austria, St. Ulrich. "Travel – passion and encounter".
        2005 – Hofburg, Vena, Austria. "Colourful lives in Kyrgyzstan", ("Laws of revolution").
        2005 – Hofburg, Vena, Austria. "The people of Mongolia".
        2005 – Prague, Czech Republic. "No entry, no exit", OSCE Economic Forum.
        2005 – Vena, Austria. "Datsan Ivolginski – Buddha in Siberia".
        2006 – Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Museum National Modern Art. "Street Children".
        2006 – Naryn, Kyrgyzstan. "Views of Chatyr Kul".
        2007 – Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Museum National Modern Art. "Labelle".
        2008 – Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. International Women’s Day exhibition in Bishkek.
        2010 – Hofburg, Vena, Austria; Astana, Kazakhstan. High Level Conference on Tolerance.
        2011 – Auray, France. "The city walls".
        2013 – Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. National Arts Museum Iso. "On the light party".