Fabien Delage's photographic works have been featured on  Photographie.com , Parisetudiant.com ,

Pearltrees.com , Scoop.it , Sexerotisme.com , Mercialfred.com , Lemagdarqroom.com and in Union Magazine (#issue April 2012)


Read about The Drift Exhibition (in French) on Mercialfred.com


"Pas la peine de venir accompagné.


En ce moment, Paris a deux points G.


D’un côté, Helmut Newton, le pape de la photo érotique, au Grand Palais. Des vestales de marbre pour les clichés, l’escouade habituelle des cartes Vermeil comme public.


De l’autre, l’expo The Drift, de Fabien Delage. Un travail où les œillades libertines des modèles répondent aux clins d’œil cultivés du photographe, pour un érotisme pop à la fois frais et intelligent.


C’est peut-être pour ça que la fille sur la photo vous a tapé dans l’oeil. Un petit côté girl next door sacrément affriolant. Respirez bien avant de vous retourner : on vous a invité au vernissage en présence des modèles du photographe. La fille est juste derrière vous. "



WMK's Photography reviewed by international superstar photographers


"I guess what I like about Fabien’s work is his throwing out all the old preconceived ideas of how a sexy picture should look. He is alot like Tillmans in this respect. I like the energy and the joy that emanates. I love the wild positive sexy energy in Fabien Delage's pictures." - Roy Stuart


"I like the freshness of his work and also the colors. This is not the usual recovered amateur style you can see in nearly every fanzine... it is an authentic work of art." - Peter Franck


"Light, comedic, and witty; with a playful screwball rapport with his models." - George Pitts


"The actual representation of reality, beyond what a form of art can be, is forged and replaced by a virtual reality, to the extent that we ask ourselves what is real and what is not. In Fabien Delage’s work,  we recognize the touch of an artist who has been able to seize the historical context and the current tendency in a simple way, without tricks, without baroque embellishments, by depicting, with a creative intelligence, a naked and raw melody which never reaches vulgarity. The reality we live in is very vulgar and decadent ; Fabien found a way to take some aspects of this reality and to convey it to us with subtle pictures. Strong pictures that lead up to think. And if a photographer succeeds in making us think, he’s not just a photographer anymore, he’s an artist."  

- Giovanni Sambuelli


"I'm in love with the humorous eroticism of Fabien's photos, which is expressed simply but elegantly with his coloring and typography." - Yasuji  Watanabe


"I'm a Neville Brody and street art fan so I do appreciate Fabien's work.

Fabien's photography has a starkness to it that's complemented by the vividness of the colors. It reminds me of the after effects of a flash of bright light in your eyes that causes your pupils to constrict as you try to figure out what's in front of you. The ghost image remains on your inner eyelids as your vision readjusts.There are details everywhere. In the smoothness of the flesh and in the accoutrements of life that surround it in his hyperreal world. I see the influence of his design background in his photos.The Batman in the gaping mouth (I am the Night), the solid black that connects the speaker to the flat screen and the image on the video to the rifle and it's harness (Girl vs M15) and again from the bluish black of her hair that contrasts with her skin to the darkness in her eyes and the headphones with the cord that guide your eyes down to her panties tempting you to follow it all the way down (Stereo). Graphic and carnal."

- Ivana Ford  


"Delage's work has such an intimate aura about it that viewing each shot makes you think you've walked in on a situation you weren't meant to see. The colors and tones vary between subtle hues to in-your-face color and every image leaves you wondering what the next one holds. The bright flashes and uneven lighting only add to the feel of each scene and the feeling that you're peeking through a hole in the wall, careful not to make any noise so that you may continue watching indefinitely." - Rebecca Tillett



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