Arnaud Brihay is a Belgian artist, born in 1972. He lives and works in Lyon, France. He studied photojournalism and audio-visual communication at I.H.E.C.S. Brussels. Arnaud Brihay principally works with photography, video, mixing often these media to art installations. His photographic work reflects his frequent travels and trips around the world, wanderer catching loneliness, strangeness or intimate scenes which he gently violates. On the other hand, he produces videos approaching, among others, either instinctive sensuality, intriguing portraits and moving sequences extending his photography work.
Member of Collectif Parallèle
Member of Trouble Collectif
Recent & upcoming exhibitions & news:
-FRANCE, Sept-Oct 2018 «SOLO SHOW: "Passager"», L'Abat-Jour Art Center, Lyon. Curated by Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy. (in parallel with the launch of the book "Passager", OHM Editions.)
-FRANCE, July 2018 «La Fusée de la Motographie va à Arles». Photography installation of 100 Belgian photography artists curated by Vincen Beeckman, Les Rencontres Internationale de la Photographie, ARLES.
-USA/BELGIUM/SPAIN/BRASIL/CUBA, June 2018 «Under the Subway Video Art Night». A selection of 27 artists of more than 350 will be featured simultaneously at the five partner institutions JCC HARLEM (New York), Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània (Valencia, Spain), Verbeke Foundation (Kemzeke, Belgium), Taller Gorria Gallery (Havana, Cuba) and Cervantes Institute (Sao Paulo, Brazil). Curated by Antonio Ortuño
-FRANCE, March-April 2018 «CORRESPONDANCES PARALLELES. Exposition collective du Collectif Parallèle», AC Gallery Domus, Lyon. (Here & There)
-RUSSIA, February 2018 «Now&After», Moscow (Les Archers, curated by Marina Fomenko)
-FRANCE, January 2018 «.INTERLUDE. Exposition collective narrative et sonore», L'Abat-Jour Art Center, Lyon. (Hotel Intimacy, curated by Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy)
-GREECE, December 2017 "Granica Grenze" with VIDEO ART MIDEN, exhibited at The Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art in the Museum of Byzantine Culture of Thessaloniki. Curated by Gioula Papadopoulou.
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