Jean-François Labérine

location Toulouse, France

Jean-Francois Labérine started his career working as a press photographer for Gamma and France-Presse agencies, and has been a reporter for Milan Editions magazines. During the 1990 he started spending time with jazz musicians, and its by taking photographs during concerts that he developed an interest for the art. He then regularly collaborated with Jazz Magazine, and his work around jazz musicians then became the foundation of his work.

photographers

The photographer finds common points and close ties between photography and jazz. Both disciplines are very expressive forms of art, made from fleeting moments. Thus he will dedicate the rest of his career to concert photography and jazz artists portrait photography. As well as his photographer career, he teaches photography at the Beaux-Arts school in Toulouse.

Œuvres

Roy Hargrove / Jazz Magazine

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Miles Davis / Jazz Magazine

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Marcus Roberts / Jazz Magazine

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Lester Bowie / Jazz Magazine

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Greg Hutchinson / Jazz Magazine

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Clark Terry / Jazz Magazine

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Benny Golson / Jazz Magazine

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Abbey Lincoln / Jazz Magazine

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