Sebran d'Argent (*1971), who has worked as a self-taught photographer since 1990, has traveled the world with his camera. For his analog photographs he uses film footage and documents, some of which are no longer available today, and works with different cameras - from a self-built wooden apparatus to a large-format camera.
In addition to travel photography in countries such as India, Tibet and Myanmar, Sebran d'Argent's work also includes fashion and nude photography. At first glance, the exposed works seem to break with the theme of travel: naked women dive into blue-green water, and others are only slightly covered by transparent materials. "Woman is the greatest journey," says Sebran d'Argent. His series "Liberty" shows a strong picturesque character and draws on art-historical imagery suggestive of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.
Thanks to Sébran's passion for photography and traditional artistic methods - but also to his life of travel - HEAVEN was made possible.