Intervalle gallery arose in Belleville area, Paris, in the spring of 2014, from the desire of a duo of photo lovers who wanted to support emerging artists.
Sandrine Calard studied in the academy of Fine Arts in Lyon and holds a degree from ENSP-Arles. She also created “La Petite Boîte d’accroche”, which is specialised in exhibition design, management, and installation for museums, galleries and persons.
Yan Di Meglio holds a degree in modern history and is a graduate from Paris institute of Journalism. He is an freelance journalist and a collector.
The enthousiasm for photography is proven every and each day. However, there are only a few gallerists who support emerging artists. We decided to create a place that campaigns for the photographers it represents. Exposing our favourite images, and the ones that light our vision of the world. Why do we sell them? So that more can be created! And also because a gallery is quite often the last kind of place where creation is at liberty.
12 rue Jouye Rouve, Paris 75020Du 2 février au 12 mars 2017
+33(0)1 43 15 94 58 // Yan Di Meglio : +33(0)6 07 25 62 76 // Sandrine Calard : +33(0)6 09 52 68 35
From Thursday to Friday: 14:00 – 19:00
Saturday: 12:00 – 19:00
Further information about this partner place here.
About the artist
Elena Chernyshova was born in 1981 in Moscow. She is a Russian documentary photographer living in Moscow.
She is an autodidact photographer who fell in love with images while studying architecture. Toulouse – Vladivostok – Toulouse : 30 000 km, 26 countries, 1004 days of meetings and sharing.
This was a key experience in choosing the path of photography.
To Elena, photography is a way to inquire into the daily routine of different groupes or communities, in their own environment and in a moving economic and political context. Her work lights the influence of certain conditions on human activities, on means of accommodation and on the diversity of these way of life.
Elena Chernyshova is the 2011 laureate of the grant from Fondation Jean-Luc Lagardère, for her documentary Days of Night, Nights of Day, on everyday life in Norilsk, an industrial city located 400km from the polar circal, in Siberia.
Elena Chernyshova was also awarded the 3rd prize of World-Press photo 2014 in the Daily Life category.