French. Born in 1950 in Apt. Lives in Paris
1989 Grand Prix national
2006 Bernard Faucon, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris
2009 Eté 2550, Actes Sud
2008 Le tour du monde, De l’Oeil
2005 Bernard Faucon, Actes Sud
2004 Atelier Faucon à Pingyao, De l’Oeil
2003 Une singulière gourmandise, William Blake & co
2000 Le plus beau jour de ma jeunesse, De l’Imprimeur
2000 La plus belle route du monde, P.O.L.
1999 La peur du voyage, William Blake
1997 La fin de l’image, William Blake
1997 Alcobas de Amor, William Blake & co
1997 Les chambres d’amour, William Blake
1993 Les écritures, William Blake
1991 Tables d’amis, William Blake
1980 Les grandes vacances, Herscher
Bernard Faucon, one of the first to resort systematically to the constructed image in the second half of the 20th century, declines «an approach of time, that of life as that of photography, who investigates the sense of the stage setting, the deceits of photography in its relation to reality, its manipulation of truth and forgery, which confronts with the limits of the medium to push them away» (Christian Caujolle).
He is also one of the rare contemporary photographers to favor the editing process of Fresson, which is very stable and has a particularly soft execution.