Julien Pebrel
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Nikolaï is one of the members of the Doukhbor community of Gorelovka. He left to live in Russia as a lot of members of the community but recently he decided to come back to the village. He shares his life between Sotchi (Russia) and Gorelovka.
Gorelovka. In the yard of an Adjarian family, a fish in a holed plastic bag.
A rainbow after the storm. Zortikheli is the mountain pasture village of the inhabitants of Ghorjomi. A big part of the men and some families come here for a few monthes with their cattles. They have everything here: shop, school, etc
UTA (“Unitate teritoriala autonoma”, Autonomous Territorial Unity) of Gagauzia, Moldova - Ceadir-Lunga - In Konstantin Kelesh stud farm, a man takes care of one of the horses after its training
UTA (“Unitate teritoriala autonoma”, Autonomous Territorial Unity) of Gagauzia, Moldova - Besalma - Elena Ivanovna Voïko is 78 years old. She sings beautiful old gagauz songs “when i’m sad, and then i feel better”.
UTA (“Unitate teritoriala autonoma”, Autonomous Territorial Unity) of Gagauzia, Moldova - Avdarma - Ivan Vladimirovic Angelov is 80 years old, he’s a survivor from the 1946 famin, he was considered dead until being saved by his aunt.
One of the numerous branches of the Danube Delta near Sulina
Marian lives in Sulina, he often hangs around the streets in search of a cigarette or a petty job. He sometimes helps to unload the boat arriving from Tulcea. He lives with his father in a run-down apartment.
Sulina
The Sukhum(i) beach
The parade rehearsal of twenty years of Abkhazia's independence take place in front of the former parliament of Sukhum(i) which was occupied and burnt by Georgians during the war.
The facade of the famous Hotel Abkhazia; under renovation.
In Mataghis, one of the villages which was bombed by azerbaijan army. Most of the inhabitants have left the villages after the bombing.
In a house in Chouchi
Five brothers from a numerous family on the Knowledge Day in the Chouchi school.
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Julien Pebrel joined Agence M.Y.O.P. in 2011, becoming co-director in January 2016.

After a scientific training, Julien Pebrel turned to photography, studying photojournalism at the EMI-CFD in Paris.

He places travel at the heart of his photography and uses photography as a means to travel. In recent years, he has worked on Afghan migrants in Calais, factories recovered by their workers in Argentina, the Danube Delta and the Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh. Pebrel continues to work of this last subject, extending it to the whole of the South Caucasus and its unrecognized States: Armenia, Georgia, Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabagh.

Julien Pebrel collaborates regularly with the French and international press: Grazia, M le magazine du Monde, L'Obs, Internazionale, Géo, D la Repubblica, Les Echos Week-End, Pèlerin, Télérama, Revue XXI, Libération, Mare, Der Spiegel, Sunday Times Magazine, The Washington Post, Time, Newsweek Japan, Days Japan, nationalgeographic.com, Huck, Causette, Le Monde, etc.

His work has received numerous awards and grants: Fellowship of University of Southen California, Grant from Journalismfund.eu, "Brouillon d'un rêve" Grant from SCAM, PDN Photo Annual winner, Marty Forscher Fellowship Fund award for student, the Grand Prix Paris-Match for student photojournalist and the Young Reporter's Award at the Scoop and Journalism International Festival of Angers.

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+33 (0)1 42 33 82 35
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Series

Patrick Pineau. Comédien, metteur en scène.

Portraits — Julien Pebrel

2016 - 2019
 Ratcha, Georgia - A picker picking up pine cones.

Georgia(ns) - The Land of our Christmas Trees (more soon) — Julien Pebrel

2019
Julien Pebrel / MYOP

Georgia(ns) - The Kingdom of Dali — Julien Pebrel

2019

Les roms de Stolipinovo — Julien Pebrel

2019
Anaklia, Samegrelo, Georgia - two young boys are fishing in the small and empty yacht port.

Georgia(ns) - Along the Enguri — Julien Pebrel

2018
Nikolaï, a doukhobor, in the village of Gorelovka, Georgia.

Georgia(ns) - Minorities — Julien Pebrel

2017

Georgia, daily — Julien Pebrel

2019

Art restorers — Julien Pebrel

2018

Assignments, selection — Julien Pebrel

2012 - 2019

Korean Winter — Julien Pebrel

2017 - 2018

Russia/Georgia - More than a rugby game — Julien Pebrel

2018

Gagauz Yeri — Julien Pebrel

2017

The port of Le Havre — Julien Pebrel

2017
One of the numerous branches of the Danube Delta near Sulina

Sulina, the european Far-East — Julien Pebrel

2009 - 2015
Hovhannes in his flat in Chouchi

Hovhannes Land: Nagorno-Karabagh — Julien Pebrel

2010 - 2016
The Sukhum(i) beach

Abkhazia — Julien Pebrel

2013 - 2016

AIDS orphans in Togo — Julien Pebrel

2013 - 2015

ConiFA World Football Cup 2016 — Julien Pebrel

2016
Nvard, the daughter in law of the village's healer. Her husband is in Russia. He went to work there a few weeks after their wedding. So she lives with her mother in law.

Lichk, Armenia. Life without men — Julien Pebrel

2013
Un migrant nourrit les oiseaux. "Afghanis are just like birds: free everywhere" dit-il.

Calais — Julien Pebrel

2007 - 2008

Into the Dark — Julien Pebrel

2012 - 2016

Gay Pride — Julien Pebrel

2014

Publications​ / Exhibitions

Mouvement - Potskho-Etseri

2019

Financial Times Weekend Magazine - Enguri

2019
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nationalgeographic.com - Enguri

2019

Pélerin - Svaneti

2019

La Couleur des Jours - Enguri

2019

Le Vif - Georgia(ns)

2019

Mouvement - La Rave Géorgienne

2018

L'Obs - Georgia(ns)

2018

D La Repubblica - Gagauzia

2017

La Couleur des Jours - Georgia(ns)

2017

Days Japan - Georgia(ns)

2017

Causette - Gagauzia

2017

Exhibition. MAP festival. Hovhannes Land: Nagorno-Karabagh

2017

MYOPZINE - Sulina

2017
Mare, issue 121, april/may 2017 - Sulina

Mare. Sulina

2017

Pélerin. Le port du Havre a 500 ans

2017

L'Obs. Nagorno-Karabagh

2016

M le Magazine du Monde. Abkhazia

2016

M le Magazine du Monde. ConIFA World Football Cup

2016

Exhibition. Le 247 Gallery. Sulina

2016

The Sunday Times Magazine. Sulina

2015

Internazionale. Sulina

2015

Revue XXI. Lichk

2014

Newsweek Japan. Lichk

2014

Newsweek Japan. Nagorno-Karabagh

2013

Libération. Selection.

2016

La Cité

2013