Photographic works from Lucy Besson have been nominated second in the category experimental graphics at the International Triennial of Contemporary Graphic Arts in Novosibirsk.
"From the time of our birth to that of our death we are absorbed in the creation of our Personal Myth."
“When you are an artist it isn’t so important which country you are from or which language you speak. What is truly meaningful is what you stand for, your vision. What is it that you contribute to the world in which you live, what messages can others receive through your work and how can they enter into your reality and explore it for themselves? This conveying of your vision is how the precious link between you and the world around you is made.”
Lucy Besson is a Russian born and Netherlands based multidisciplinary artist active within multiple fields of contemporary art. Her main disciplines are: photography, painting and audio visual media. Nowadays she works on her long-term art project “The Human Being”.
Through her work, Lucy tries to analyze Human Nature and study mankind both from the outside and from within. Nowadays Lucy paints portraits on commission and also works with photography and video projects. Each sub-project has resulted in an exhibition, a book publications, or in a film presentation.
Exhibitions, publications and other activities.
Lucy Besson’s photographic portraits can now be seen at the Novokuznetsk Art Museum in Siberia, Russia. During this exhibition, Besson’s price-winning film ‘Create Your Own Myth” is played in the exhibition hall.
Lucy Besson’s “Black Swan” is featured in season 3 – spring collection of Captured52 – leader in large format contemporary photography.