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Sacha Goldberger

After a successful 12-year career as an Artistic Director in advertising, Sacha Goldberger ventured into the world of photography and published three books: "Je t’aime tout simplement" and "Bye Bye Mon Amour" by Seuil Editions, and "Made in Love" by Hoëbeke Editions. His debut book alone sold an impressive 130,000 copies worldwide.

In 2008, Goldberger made the decision to return to the Gobelins Photography School, and it was with his series featuring his grandmother, titled "Mamika," that he gained recognition in France. His talent further flourished with the creation of his Super-Flemish series, which offered a unique "Renaissance" interpretation of beloved superheroes.

Over the past decade, Goldberger has been meticulously producing and directing his series, each resembling cinematic productions. These projects involve the collaboration of a significant number of individuals, ranging from 50 to 150 people. For instance, his series titled "Secret Eden" required the contribution of 130 people over a span of 3 years. The outcome was the creation of 17 diptychs and 50 portraits depicting various eras.

Many of Goldberger's series have been printed in large formats, including the notable "Super Flemish" series, which was printed at a towering 7 meters in height. This collection was exhibited throughout the Austerlitz train station in Paris for over a year in 2016, leaving a lasting impression on viewers.

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