About

Guillaume Darribau is born in 1978 in Perpignan(France),  he lives in Barcelona (Spain) .

He studied photography at the school E.T.P.A (France).

He is particularly interested in the development of long-term documentary projects focusing on social, political and anthropological issues.

Through his work, he tries to understand, analyze and question the contradictions of our world in turmoil and transition.

Its different reports, “Foreclosed City” (transition in the neighbourhood of Ciutat Meridiana-Barcelona), “Obiang Land” (dictatorship in Equatorial Guinea), “Tension” (visions in a changing Istanbul) or even “Reset” (the Spanish streets in boils) have the same intention, showed men and women in their side of the issues contemporary dignity.

In 2011, he participated to the creation of the collective “Fractures Photo”, with Anderson Barbosa, Oscar B. Castillo, and William Sands.

His work has been published in ‘Le Monde’, “Der Siegel”, “Newsweek”, “Internazionale”, “Courrier International”, “Africa”, “Focus” Magazine…

Finalist Luca Dolega Award 2013 (France)

Finalist Photon Festival 2013 (Spain)

Finalist Vilnius Photo Circle 2013 (Lithuania)

Finalist Foto-Nikon 2014 (Spain)

Finalist Foto-Nikon 2015 (Spain)