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Far from common forms of photography, Pierrick Gaumé has matured his Automorphoses from 2006 to 2022. In these works, he explored the intermediate zones in which landscapes reflect and distort themselves on mirroring objects. Gaumé's Automorphoses epitomize distortions from diverse cityscapes despite the fact the author chooses not to retouch them. Together with the publications and exhibits about them in the United States, in France and in Italy, the Automorphoses are still the most important corpus within Pierrick Gaumé’s artwork until this day.

From 2018 to 2020, Pierrick Gaumé also produced a series of filmed interviews with quotes and still portraits on the topic of the healing powers of art under the title Pacifier par l’Art. In 2020, its condensed version with English text was exported and renamed Portraits in Healing.

As he reflected on how he lived from 2004 to 2020, Pierrick Gaumé eventually produced images on the restrictions he had to undergo in his fight against a malignant melanoma. After 2020’s pandemic and lockdowns came his completion of The Still Escape series, with its sensitivity to confined spaces, low light and architectural details in chiaroscuro that took him to the final of the #Virtually01 contest in the autumn of 2022.

In 2023, a photograph that Pierrick Gaumé took of Kika Bohr's sculptures was chosen as a poster background for her anthology exhibit in Gaeta (Italy), curated by Marcello Abbiati (link available on this site's 'Publications' page).

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