Alexandre Silberman (born 1983) is a director and photographer based in Paris (France). Graduated in Philosophy and in Communication from LYON III University, he mainly works on documentary projects touching on the cultural and the societal, in relation to the research he conducted during his studies.
His photographic approach, along with his cinematic work, has developed around the analysis of the relationships between a place and those who cross it.
Hence was created the NEW CITY/NEW GOD series, which was centered around the place of religion in Brasilia and which was presented at the Red Bull Station in Sao Paulo (Brazil) in 2016.
In 2018, his series on scenography of Beauty in Ile-de-France museums, THE GREAT BEAUTY, was the subject of a monographic exhibition at the Moritzhof Gallery in Magdeburg (Germany).
This series was selected in 2019 to participate in the International Photography Festival of Lenzburg (Switzerland)
In 2020, Alexandre Silberman was shortlisted for the Bar Tur Photo Awards, the Palm* Photo Prize, and is one of the ten finalists exhibited in New York for the Feature Shoot Street Photography Awards. The same year, he was also exhibited at PHOTOIS:RAËL and during the 15th International Biennial of Photography NICÉPHORE +.
In 2021, his series on Seine-Saint-Denis, entitled DIFFERENCES & RÉPÉTITIONS, will be part of the selection of the festival LES BOUTOGRAPHIES in Montpellier (France) and PHOTOMETRIA in Ionnina (Greece).
His work has been published in Urban China Magazine, Journal Of Grievances, C41 Magazine and Aint-Bad among others.