My name is Cyril Sancereau, I’m a French photographer from Paris based in Malta.
I specialise in architecture, landscape and abstract landscapes.
How did you get started?
I started photography when I was around 10 during vacations. I was fascinated when I discovered the magic of the darkroom. Later I studied architecture and art.
Whose artist’s work are you most inspired by?
I really like American landscape photographers like Lewis Baltz or Robert Adams. I was also really inspired by the work of Wolfgang Tillmans.
Describe your work in less than 10 words.
Documenting the impermanence and fragility of the landscape.
What genre do you consider your work to be?
Your favourite from among your own artworks?
The last one
Where was your first exhibition held?
In a French Theatre in Paris.
What are you working on at the moment?
At the moment, I’m working on different series.
I go on with the series Palimpsest which is about the various layer of painting in the street. I began a new work on the Maltese limestone that lets appear abstract short-lived drawings. And another one is about White Rocks in Pembroke.
How long have you been painting?
20 years …
Are you a morning person or do you come alive at night?
I prefer to work early in the morning.
How many coffees a day? Don’t embellish.
Sundays can be very productive for some and very unproductive for others. How do you spend yours?
Very unproductive: Sundays are for resting.
Wine and cheese. Yes or no?
Both of course, I’m French
If you were given a million euros, what would you indulge yourself with?
I think I would like to open a gallery or an art foundation.
Favourite place to holiday?
Used to be Malta, but as I’m lucky enough I could make it my home.