Last Exhibitions

November 2022

October 2022, April 2023

Collective screening at Musée des Arts Décoratifs MAD Paris Photos taken at Le Palace and Les Bains Douches

80’s Years – Fashion, Design and graphics in France

107 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris from October 13, 2022, to April 16, 2023

Exposition Annnées 80 Musée des arts décoratifs


October, November 2019: Hors-Champs gallery presents

Objectif Alternatif

Jeanluc Buro’s Photographs / Curator Isa Carol Horiot

Exhibition from Thursday 24th to Sunday December 8th 2019

Press review (French) pdf


The Cramps, Bobino’s Backstage  1981  June 6Th, Lux Interior, Poison Ivy, Nick Knox, et Kid Congo Powers, Double argentic exposure 

First monographic exhibition through the lens of Jeanluc Buro, based on a selection of photographs taken in the 1980s, focusing on main sites of Parisian nightlife, the craddle of the French and international alternative scene and its emblematic artists.

This presentation reveals almost all of the original visuals that emerged from negatives that had remained unexploited until then. His rendering of Black and White silver-based is inspired by cinema and the masters of humanist photography.

Backstage Rose Bonbon Groupe BAUHAUS Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash, David J, Kevin Haskin le 3 décembre 1981

Jeanluc Buro took evening courses at the IDHEC (Institut des Hautes Études Cinématographiques) given by the famous chief operator Henri Alekan (from La Belle et la Bête by Jean Cocteau to Les Ailes du Désir by Wim Wenders) who introduces him to the science of light. Jean Dieuzaide (founding member of the Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles) taught him the art of black-and-white printing.

After a period of studio assistance, he devoted his first years as a photographer to fixing the memory and face of the Paris underground scene.

His lens leads us inside the backstages, after the hysterical Cramps’ concert in Bobino, the Cure concert at L’Olympia or shares intimate moments with Bauhaus and Taxi Girl at Rose Bonbon.

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2016 February 9 – 21

Alisa Gallery introduce « Nightclubbing »

collective exhibition  in Point Éphémère Paris 75010

Opening Tuesday, February 9  2016 from 18h30  Music Performance from 19h30 to 20h30

Beauty and the Beast Night in Le Palace 1983

The photos in this exhibition share common values: they show bodies in motion, young people eager to have fun, aware of their insolent beauty (most of the protagonists, for example, have “dressed up” to be noticed, sporting their best look, haircut and attitude). These ultimately restricted places, the clubs, are imbued with a desire for freedom so powerful that it becomes palpable, a fury for life that these teenagers and young adults want to show us, at once carefree and aware of the transience of youth, a fury for life. A kind of aesthetic of spontaneity emerges from these photos. Seeking beauty in the ordinary. Making sense of what’s happening now. All the photographers capture this energy and these universal moments, making them, through their shots, timeless.
These photos bear witness to signs, codes and expressions that tell us something about our times and our society. A fascinating medium for capturing energy, bodies dancing, forgetting themselves, saturating themselves, the photos are at once reportage, “portraits of a generation” and what might be called “elegiac symphonies” on the adolescent body, a body in apprenticeship, free and impulsive. The aim is to capture the present moment, the instant of an evening, for documentary or archival purposes.
The various photographers in this exhibition tend to show a part of the milieu they frequent, of their community. It’s a kind of generational testimony. What goes on there, from a cultural point of view, is often fascinating.

Photographers: Jean-Luc Buro, Holly Falconer (UK), Victoria Lentaigne (UK), Chill Okubo, Marie Rouge, Thomas Smith, Hannibal Volkoff

Point Ephémère Paris 75010