Aurélien Mole

Aurélien Mole (born 1975 in Tehran, Iran, lives and works in Paris) is a French artist, art critic and curator. After graduating of the Louvre school in History of Photography, he continued his studies at the National School of Photography in Arles and concluded it with a Master on exhibition practices directed by Catherine Perret and Christian Bernard.
He has been showing his work in solo exhibitions at the Lucile Corty Gallery in 2009, in Marseille in 2011, at the Villa du Parc in 2012, at the Dohyang Lee gallery in 2014, and at Passerelle in 2015. He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions in France and abroad.
As an art critic, he regularly published reviews relating to the exhibition as well as monographs on contemporary artists (Aurélien Froment, Guillaume Leblon, Gaël Pollin, etc.) in the Art21 magazine. He has also produced exhibitions based on devices within the collective Le Bureau/ (A Simple Plan, Maison Populaire de Montreuil, in 2009; The Bonnard'syndrom, Villa du Parc 2014) and in his own name (Images grow old otherwise as Those who Make them in 2012 at CNEAI, Véronique in 2019 with Julien Carreyn at Frac Poitou Charente, The Asides with Orange Rouge in 2023).
Since 2008, he has produced photographic documentation for numerous artists, institutions and galleries. Finally, he is one of the founding members of the magazine dedicated to exhibition views Postdocument. And has published several books including Artists as Iconographers with Garance Chabert (Empire) or Véronique designed by the artist My-Lan Hoang-Thuy.

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Aurélien Mole - 30 mn
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A photo report in an photo lab (artist's book).
Aurélien Mole - Un être, un acte, un objet, un lieu
French edition
Tombolo Presses
An attempt to explain the reason for the dimensions of a photographic image, of a print (the book is illustrated with works from the collection of the FRACs of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region laid out in their respective scale ratios).
Aurélien Mole - Stud
English edition
Empire - Books
Stud compiles photographs that Aurélie Jacquet and Aurélien Mole shot while they were students at the French National School of Photography.
Aurélien Mole - Postdocument (Reader)
texts in English and French
Tombolo Presses
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This reader brings together the first 8 issues of Postdocument, the magazine on exhibition photography.
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