Anne Valverde is a Parisian photographer fascinated by urban spaces. The distinctiveness of her work lies in the colorization of certain details of her photos taken in black and white.

In 1995, she was a prizewinner in the AGFA European Competition. She set up the “Premier déclic” photographic studio in 1999. She works in medium format Hasselblad film from silver. After digital processing, high-resolution prints are exclusively developed on silver paper. The purpose of her photos: be imaginative springboards, “windows with views” on cities

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