Jacques Gillon

Jangala, au cœur de la jungle indienne
Jacques Gillon
Tous les bébés
Mange-moi, si tu peux !
Littoral aquitain
La nature vue par les Hommes
Exhibition type
Target audience
General public
Le Muséum d'histoire naturelle de Bordeaux expose le photographe animalier Jacques Gillon
Le Muséum d'histoire naturelle de Bordeaux - sciences et nature propose une exposition sur le photographe animalier Jacques Gillon

For over 20 years, Jacques Gillon and his wife Christine have travelled all over the planet experiencing life with wild animals.

After packing in his job, he got to make his lifelong dream of seeing the world and capturing precious moments of wild animals going about their everyday business a reality. Spending a season or two in Botswana, another in Scotland, Scandinavia or Borneo, Jacques and Christine Gillon share the same passion for wildlife and capture extraordinary moments on video or camera. Their favourite subject: animals in action. Whether hunting, fishing, parading or running, furry or feathered creatures provide inexhaustible subject matter.

The Jacques Gillon photography exhibition in the Carré Art et Sciences at the Museum of Bordeaux lets visitors extend their immersion in the African environment and its teeming wildlife.