Sandrine Rousseau is a French photographer whose work has been inspired by her time spent in China, the UK as well as Morocco, home to her family for the past three generations. Her abstract images are known for their bold design. Color, texture and architectural structures are an intrinsic part of her work. Her love for nature is expressed in her timeless tableaux of the desert Sand and Stone, exhibited in Arles, France. 

Her fascination with textures and patterns has also been expressed in her architectural studies - a symphony of shapes and tones, while her luminous compositions of geometric shapes reflect her search for balance and harmony and led to her body of work entitled Resonances: timeless, enigmatic and complex in their simplicity. 

Resonances, is composed of six series, each with 9 photographic images. The titles are: Equilibrium, Harmony, Duality/Oneness, Impermanence, Perception and Presence, subjects that are all part of the artist’s inner process. It has been referred to as a meditation on energy, vibration and visual dynamic.

Sandrine Rousseau has exhibited in Morocco, the UK and France. Her work Resonances was presented at Paris Photo in 2021 by her gallery. Her work is included in a number of private art collections, as well the JP Morgan Bank. 

The artist makes her home in the Pyrenees Mountains of southwestern France.