Nathalie Savey, born in 1964, lives in Strasbourg. Her work was the subject of several solo exhibitions in France (CEAAC, Confluence gallery, François Besson gallery, Yves Iffrig gallery,etc) and collective  exhibitions (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Strasbourg, the Mulhouse Filature, Maison d’Art Anthonioz, Maison de la Culture of Amiens, etc). She exhibited in Germany and South Korea (Open Studio, gallery Lux) following a residency in 2012 at Goyang Art Studio (CEAAC / IASK). Her works are present in public collections (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Strasbourg, Artothèque of Strasbourg, Museum of the oeuvre Notre-Dame) and in private collections. She was awarded a scholarship for the creation of the DRAC Alsace in 2005 and the Prix des Arts of the Rhine Academy in 2014. She was selected at the festival Voies Off in 2009.


” The way Nathalie Savey transfigures the elements is only hers and translates a shuddering sensitivity to nature, a constantly renewed emotion facing the changing spectacle of the world. Her mountains are “dreamed” but they also have all the thickness of their materiality. Thereby, her photography, which combines the objective and the subjective, the inside and the outside, the visible and the invisible, the real and the imaginary, is fundamentally poetic: hence his elective affinities with Philippe Jaccottet, but also his proximity to other poets, such as Francis Ponge, who dedicated a poem “to the dreamy matter”, “providence for the spirit”, which continues to recharge in contact with the sensitive.” (Michel COLLOT)


Legend of the photographs, from top to bottom:

  1. Les envolées_01, (1998)
  2. Montagnes rêvées_08, (2008-2010)
  3. Les éclaircies_02, (2011)