List of products by artist Jean-Baptiste Isambert

Jean-Baptiste Isambert is an artistic photographer. Born in Chartres in 1980, he has been living and working in Haute-Savoie since 2012. With a background in professional photography, he has practiced in numerous photographic domains before dedicating himself to his artistic aspirations.


A professional photographer since 2002, Jean-Baptiste Isambert practiced in the domains of corporate communication and luxury real- estate photography from 2007. In 2008, he notably produced the photographs for the sale of the exceptional Coudreceau domain, conceived as a work of art by Dominique Mandonnaud, creator of Sephora. The young photographer produced a series of panoramic photographs that reflected the enormity of the site. These photos went on to be published in specialised media, as well as “Living in Luxury” by Alexander V.G Kraft. The photographer became specialised in the photography of luxury buildings and real-estate. Whilst working in this domain over 10 years, Jean-Baptiste Isambert also produced the first photographs that would go on to be part of his series “Tableaux Elementaires” (2011-2014). This series is the foundation of his artistic journey, and is a reflexion of his interest in the mysteries of existence and his wonderment before nature. He photographs water for its symbolism of life and the cosmos and how it becomes a support for a reflexion on reality through what it offers. His minimalistic compositions inspired by nature, are an invitation to daydream and already showed his fascination with pictorial photography.


Having finished this first series, loyal to the idea that photography can be a tool for artistic and personal exploration, his evolution lead to an interest in movement and artistic gestures. His shots become more dynamic and with them, he confirms his fascination with the art of painting with light. Jean-Baptiste Isambert thus revealed his series “Phototropisme”, the transcription of living movement in light, a symbol of life calling into question our own ability to elevate ourselves.

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