Jean Luc Mylayne

Jean-Luc Mylayne (*1946) is acclaimed for a conceptual photographic practice that captures birds in their natural habitats and evokes philosophical questions about the perception of time. The French-born artist lives and works “in the world,” as he has repeatedly stressed. He and his wife and artistic collaborator Mylène (*1960)—also the inspiration for Mylayne’s adopted surname—lead a nomadic life centered on ornithological observation and encounters. 


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