Yannic Bartolozzi


Yannic is a freelance photographer. He mainly works in the field of architecture, Corporate photography, art reproduction photography and sometimes as a Press photographer. He also teach photography at Atelier 207.

Born 1981 in Morges, Switzerland, Yannic Bartolozzi currently lives and works around Lausanne. In 2008, he graduated from the Vevey school of applied arts (CEPV) and obtained the Swiss Federal Capacity Diploma for photography (CFC). He then furthered his studies to obtain the Diploma of the Superior Photography School of Vevey. In 2016, with three others collegues, he founded a new photography workspace called «Atelier 207», based in Penthalaz, Switzerland.

In his artistic approach, not deprived of romanticism, Yannic is guided by a strong sense of curiosity and a love for travel. His photographic work aims to use the camera in order to raise questions and explore the world. Yannic’s photographs are a combination of fiction and documentary. He likes transforming the reality into universes of imaginary journeys, in places where lonely human seems facing unlimited wilderness. He has participate to several personal and group exhibitions, and like to produce books.






Collective photography exhibition with huge format photography from 30.06 to 26.8.2018, at Mont-soleil, Switzerland

Opening day on sat. 30th jun at 2pm

Vernissage:  from 5pm to 7pm at the Manoir, Mont-soleil, Switzerland


Magnetic activity and behind the mountains

For the first talk event of the year, Strates invites Yannic Bartolozzi, photographer, to talk about his ongoing projects Magnetic Activity and Behind the mountains in Lausanne, Rue de la Borde 12, thuersday march 8  2018.

Doors open at 7pm. Talk starts at 8.30pm. Drinks and small appetizers are planified!


Behind the mountains

Exhibition from 29th july to 10th September 2017, during the du Vovousa Festival, Greece

Documentary project made with a pinehole camera on the mountain village of Vovousa and inhabitants in Greece. This project has been made from 15 mai to 15 Jun 2017, during the Vovousa Residency Program. This work has been supported by the Vovousa Festival in Greece and The Engelberts Fondation in Switzerland.




There is a strong activity just above us

Opening the 3rd february, at 6pm, at Standard Deluxe, Lausanne, Switzerland

At 7pm, unique presentation of the Planeterrella, an electromagnetic experiment capable of simulating the polar auroras. This experiment was rethought by Jean Lilenstein, director of research CNRS at the Institute of Planetology and Astrophysics of Grenoble (IPAG).

Show from 4th to 25th february 2017

Open saturdays and sundays from 2pm to 6pm, and on demand at:


More informations on: www.standard-deluxe.ch

The Visitor

Jun 4th 2016, Biennial of Photographie of Mulhouse , France

In partnership with NEAR

Vovousa Festival 2016

From 30th July to 6th august in Vovousa, Greece

“Explorers” Showed during the Vovousa Festival en Greece.

More info on: http://www.vovousafestival.gr


© Photo George Detsis

Bergfahrt Festival 2016

From 17th to 19th jun in Bergün

“Explorers”, Showed during the Bergfahrt Festival, Switzerland

More info on: http://bergfahrtfestival.ch

Swiss Photo Awards 2016 / Editorial

Exhibition from 7th to 24th april, Sihlquai 125, Photobastei 2.0, Zurich

Selected in the “Editorial” category with “Rocket ICI-4”


Scientifiques en haute montagne, Sion and Monthey - 2014

Work made for the Enquête Photographique Valaisanne and exposed at the Grenette Gallery in Sion and at the Malevoz Hospital Gallery in Monthey.

Café de l'Opera de Lausanne

Ny-Alesund, une communauté scientifique au Spitzberg, Lausanne - 2014

Conference for the Lion’s Club

Ecole Germaine de Staël, Aubonne

Ny-Alesund, une communauté scientifique au Spitzberg, Aubonne - 2014

Conference after an expedition in the scientist community  of Ny-Alesund in Spitzberg.

Les Chaux et Ciment

Baulmes Museum - 2014

A photography exhibition about an expedition in the center of earth, more precisely in what lefts from mine of lime and cement in the area of Baulmes. This work is a collaboration with the photographer Jean-Noël Pazzi and the Baulmes Museum.

Swiss Photo Award 2013

Selnaustrasse 25, Zurich - 2013

Selected for a conference about documentary photography and exhibited in Zurich, in the redactional category with my work “Toblerones”

Sony World Photography Awards 2013

Projection, Somerset house, Londres - 2013

Selected and shown in the architecture category with my work “Souterrain”

Iranian Artist Forum

Collective exhibition in Iran, Teheran - 2013

This exhibition has been organized in Iran to celebrate 140 years of good collaboration between Iran and Switzerland. My work “Toblerones” has been exhibited.

Kolga Tblissi Photo Awards 2013

Collective exhibition in Tblissi, Géorgie - 2011

Selected and exhibited in the documentary category with “Underground”

Nachwunchsförderpreis 2012

Elac, Photography gallery of the ECAL, Renens

Conference and shown in this collective exhibition with “Underground” which was the 4th award of the VFG selection 2011

Prix Photo BAT 11

Kornhausforum, Bern, november-december 2011

Selected and exhibited with my work “out”

Nachwunchsförderpreis 2011

Exhibition in Zurich and Basel - 2011

4th price award with my work Souterrain. The work has been shown in Zurich and Basel.


Photoforum, Bienne - 2010

Selected and shown for the SELECTION/AUSWAHL competiton organised by the Photoforum with a work on the Alps

En Filigrane

Photoforum, Bienne - 2010

Collective exhibition in collaboration with Eva Leitolf. Presentation of a serie of 5 images from “Toblerones” in Bienne

Photo Phnom Penh

Open air exhibition in Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 2010

Projection work on the Alps presented during the Phnom Penh Photo festival organised by Christian Caujolle

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