Born in 1981 in Lyon, France.
Lives and works in Paris.
Alexandre Maubert is a French filmmaker and visual artist. After graduating from the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie of Arles, he went on to study at Le Fresnoy between 2009 and 2011. His works are now presented in many institutions, galleries and festivals worldwide: Arte Laguna, Venetian Arsenal, Nuit Blanche Kyoto, Kassel Film Festival, Über Lebenskunst, Berlin; New York Photo Festival, Tish Gallery, New York; Foam Museum, Maison Descartes, Amsterdam; El Ojo Ajeno Gallery in Lima. In 2012, he was awarded the Villa Kujoyama arts residency in the ‘New Images’ section. In Kyoto, Japan, the residency is run by the Institut Français. During it, he will develop his next project Ukiyo-e, Histoires du monde flottant (Ukiyo-e, Stories of the Floating World), a series of films reflecting upon the pirating of cultural contents on the Internet seen through the prism of Japanese animation. In 2013, the Lab Labanque in Béthune and the Institut Français in Mexico will both host monograph exhibitions of Maubert’s work.
Alexandre Maubert presented his work at the Rencontres d’Arles in 2012: Alexandre Maubert at the Grande Halle.
Portrait of Alexandre Maubert. Courtesy of Sang-Hyun Hong.