Vincent Fournier

MDRS #01, Mars Society, USA. 2008

MDRS #00, Mars Society, USA. 2008

MDRS #04, Mars Society, USA. 2008

House searchers, Caussols Observatory, France. 2006

Meeting Room, Guiana Space Center. 2007

General Boris V., Star City, Russia. 2007

Space Gloves, Star City, Russia. 2007

French-born, Brussels-based photographer VINCENT FOURNIER’s “Space Project” tackles the unknown world of space exploration head on.

He has spent the past decade and a half gaining access to some of the most controlled environments on earth – and sometimes in some of the most desolate places in the world – including the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center of the Russian Federation, the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah, and the Atacama Desert Observatories in Chile. In these fascinating – and a bit weird- images, FOURNIER explores the paranoia and darkness of man’s attraction to the disconnect of space.

And good news: you can find the book “Space Project” by VINCENT FOURNIER in the WFW Store

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