Exchange Edit: Céline Clanet by Nadia Sablin

Exchange edit is a series in which two photographers select images from the various bodies of work of the other photographer and then sequence them to form a new edit.

Today we present the work of Céline Clanet as edited and sequenced by Nadia Sablin. Tomorrow we will present Sablin's work edited and sequenced by Clanet.

Céline Clanet (1977) was born and raised in the French Alps. A graduate from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie of Arles (France), she has been working since 2005 on the European Arctic continental territory - known as "Lapland" - and the Sámi people. Her Máze photographic series was awarded with several prizes in Europe and USA, including the Critical Mass Book Award (USA).

Published and exhibited in Europe and abroad, her photographic work is part of the Société Française de Photographie (France), the Archives Départementales de Savoie (France) and the Portland Art Museum (USA) collections, as well as several private collections. Céline Clanet has published 3 books: Des Barrages et de Hommes en Savoie (Actes Sud, France, 2011), Máze (Photolucida, USA, 2010) and Un Mince Vernis de Réalité (Filigranes, France, 2005). She works and lives in Paris.

Nadia Sablin was born in the Soviet Union and spent her adolescence in the American Midwest. She now lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and St. Petersburg, Russia. Her photographs have been shown at the Philadelphia Art Museum, Griffin Museum of Photography and Jen Bekman Gallery among others.