Dossier n°03

Lucas Dulac - Reflecting on New York

Photographie originale de Lucas Dulac issue de sa série « Reflecting on New York ».

Lucas Dulac is a self realized multi talented artist. He was born in Lyon, France in 1991. Today Lucas is a passionnante photographer, musician and filmmaker. It is important to note that all of Dulac’s images are captured in one single shot, and that no enhancement what so ever is done to the pictures. His work is about seasing the instant, and letting the moment remain untouched, hence the choice of Film Photography over Digital. Lucas:  » For me, photography is about capturing and creating moments that fit my imagination… in other words, it is a way for me to see things differently, creating « strong » images with « lame » spaces or directing people’s gaze to the simple poetry we witness in everyday life. I like to think that by capturing a moment in time, we create a different past and future for that same present. Photography enables me to recreate what I see and see it differently. »

He was part of the Snap! 2011 Local talent group show exhibit at the Orlando Museum of Art. The show was on display in the Martin and Gracia Andersen Lakeview Promenade of OMA., in wich he showcased his New York Reflections (see the « Reflecting On New York » series).

One year later he was part of the 2012 “URBAN WILD” Exhibit at Snap! Orlando as a main exhibitor showcasing his New York reflections (see Snap! Orlando 2012 “URBAN WILD” Exhibit). And nowadays has a permanent Exhibition at Jai Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in Orlando, Florida.

He was the lead singer & songwriter for his Funk-Rock band the Daffs from 2006 to 2010, during wich he explored the local Lyon music scene, and ended up signing on the French electronic music label Apostat as Luky U, under wich he started his expérimental hip-hop and lounge music productions. (visit « » for his latest Album

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