French-Spanish photographer Flore was born in 1963 and currently lives and works in Paris. She has held solo exhibitions worldwide and is represented by several galleries, with many of her works now forming part of public or private collections.
Her most significant works include a "Carte Blanche" assigned by the Municipality of Paris for an art series on Le Petit Palais, Musée des Beaux Arts of the City of Paris, and her photographic project on the Rivesaltes Concentration Camp in Southern France. From 2008 to 2012, she produce the series "Une Femme Française en Orient" published in Postcart editions and exposed to the Mois de la Photo / Paris in 2014. Since 2012 she works in parallel several series including "Les rêveries de Lavinia" which takes place in Italy, "Choses vues au royaume de Siam" and "Nazo" in Japan. Alongside her photographic work, Flore is an acclaimed teacher running regular workshops.
She defines her poetic and timeless universe as a political act – her way of making a stand against what Giorgio Agamben calls the "ray of darkness of one’s time".