Jérémie Jung

Jérémie Jung (1980) is a French photographer with an interest in the Baltic area and the post-Soviet fringe where a high cultural and geopolitical tension intertwined.

Jung’s work has been exhibited at the Musée d’Orsay, France (2018) and the Rencontres d’Arles, France (2019) among others. His stories were published by National Geographic and the Washington Post among others. He received the ANI-PixTrakk award at the Visa pour l’image festival in 2017. Jung’s work about Estonian minorities was published in the form of a photo book under the title “Au Large du Temps” (Imogène editions, 2018).

Jung graduated from the fine arts college of Strasbourg, France (2002) and trained in photojournalism at the EMI-CFD School in Paris, France (2011). He studied Russian and Estonian languages at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations in Paris.

Jérémie Jung is a member of the Signatures agency since 2013.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Jérémie Jung

The Last Dagestanese Tightrope Walkers

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Empire Fulton Ferry Lawn
 archive : 2021
In the far reaches of Russia—from the high peaks of the Caucasus Mountain, to the Caspian sea shore—elders are passing down their high-wire skills in order to preserve a century-old decaying tightrope walking tradition.
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