Jérémie Jung is a French photographer with an interest for the Baltic area, a corner of Europe with a high cultural and geopolitical tension.

In 2013 he initiated a long-term project on the Estonian island of Kihnu that was screened during the Night of the Year at the Rencontres d'Arles in 2014, exhibited at the Festival Photo de Mer in Vannes in 2015, at the Musée Albert-Kahn in Boulognes-Billancourt (Paris) and at the Boréales Festival in Normandy in 2016. He continued his work on Estonian identities in 2014 with a subject on the Seto culture that led to an exhibition at the Estonian National Museum, then at the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations in Paris in 2015, and the following year at the Abbaye aux Dames in Caen. He received the ANI-PixTrakk award during the Festival Visa pour l'image in 2017 for his work about the Seto. In 2018 his photographs about Kihnu and the Seto were exhibited at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. His first book on his Estonian work entitled "Au Large du Temps" was published in April 2018 (Imogene Editions). In 2019, his work on the Russian-Estonian and the Seto identity border was exhibited at the Rencontres d'Arles within the exhibition Walls of Power.

Jérémie Jung's work is represented by the agency Signatures, maison de photographes since 2013.

Jung has a degree from the Faculté des Arts Plastiques de Strasbourg (France, 2002) and also was trained as a photojournalist at l'EMI-CFD (Paris, 2011).

(photo, Karina Mesarošová)

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Jérémie Jung, photographer with an interest for the Baltic area. Exhibited at the Musée d'Orsay, published by National Geographic, GEO, The Washington Post...
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