Timeline

1962–1969
Educated at The Lycée d'Apt in Provence
1973
Masters Degree of Philosophy, Sorbonne, Paris, France
1989
Faucon received the Grand Prix National
1991
Faucon is awarded the Prix Leonard de Vinci
1995
Faucon retires from photography
2002
Moscow House of Photography holds a Bernard Faucon Festival
Faucon is invited to officially open the Moscow Biennale
1997–2005
Bernard Faucon led a unique participatory art project for children from 25 different counties titled “Le Plus Beau Jour de ma Jeunesse,” or “The Happiest Day of my Youth.”
2006
The first complete Retrospective of Bernard Faucon’s work was held at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, France.

Exhibitions

2006–2009
Vu' La Galerie; Galerie du bar Floréal photographie; Tristan's Gallery
2006
Maison Européene de la Photographie
2002
Moscow House of Photography
1997
Made in France, Centre Georges Pompidou Paris, France
Cargo, Marseilles, France
Gomez Gallery, Baltimore, MD
Gallery Kai, Osaka, Japan
Collection, Decouverte, CAPC Bordeaux, France
1996
France: New Visions, Aperture's Burden Gallery, New York, NY
The Photographers' Gallery, London, England
Double vie-Double vue, Foundation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain Paris, France
1995
Nun Gallery, Seoul, Korea

Literature

2002
Guy Davenport. The Illuminations of Bernard Faucon (IN: The Georgia Review).
2000
Le Plus Beau Jour de ma Jeunesse, Éditions de l'Imprimeur, Paris, France.
1999
Bernard Faucon, La peur du voyage, William Blake & Co, Bordeaux, France.
1997
La Fin de l'Image, William Blake & Co, Bordeaux, France.
1995
Jours d'Image, Tréville, Tokyo, Japan.
1993
Les Écritures, William Blake & Co, Bordeaux, France.
1991
Bernard Faucon, Les Idoles et Les Sacrifices, Parco Co Ltd, Tokyo, Japan.
1987
Les Chambres d'Amour, William Blake & Co, Bordeaux, France.
1986
Les Papiers qui Volent, Hazan, Paris, France.
1980
Les Grandes Vacances, Herscher, Paris, France.
Summer Camp, Xavier Moreau, New York, NY.