Roman noir. Dark urban photography by Grégory Dziedzic, a French photographer based in Toulouse. A film noir styled fiction featuring troubled characters with a shady past and an unknown future in timeless and mysterious megapolises. Shooting locations in Istanbul (Turkey), Jakarta (Indonesia), Ulan Bator (Mongolia), Arles (France) and Toulouse (France).

Noémie. Arles (France), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography

My formative years were strongly marked by Charles Baudelaire, Blade Runner and Cyberpunk literature. From Toulouse to Istanbul all the way through to Jakarta, Arles and Ulan Bator, I've been out there relentlessly seeking the Archetypal City, this ruthless megapolis which is the stage set as well as a central character of an eternal urban drama populated by femmes fatales and lonely heros. In this maze of intrigues, unspeakable threats lurk off camera...
Istanbul (Turkey), 2011. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2012. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2012. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2011. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Toulouse (France), 2016. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Ulan Bator (Mongolia), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2011. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Arles (France), 2018. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2010. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Jakarta (Indonesia), 2013. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2010. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
Istanbul (Turkey), 2012. © Grégory Dziedzic Photography
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