Biography of Laure Albin-Guillot (1899-1962)

French photographer born in Paris in 1899 and died in the same city in 1962.

In the 1920s, he led the so-called "School of Paris". His photographs, portraits and microphotographs in color of minerals and organic matter, forming abstract images, were characterized for being great decorative compositions.

His passion for Photography Studio not away you from other types of images, which led him to work in the graphic magazine Vu team. In 1928 he exhibited in the Salon of the independents photography, together with Berenice Abbott, Man Ray, Paul Outerbridge and Kertesz, coinciding with a retrospective that was held in tribute to Atget and swim.