Born in 1979.
Simon Boudvin studied arts in Giuseppe Penone’s studio at the Beaux-arts in Paris, and architecture at Paris-Malaquais. He teaches since 2007 in different architecture schools and currently landscape architecture at the Ecole nationale supérieure de paysage in Versailles. His work appears in between these fields, giving a particular attention to the territories he explores, raising their plans, photographing them, describing them. They make the material of his books (Tyndo de Thouars, éditions P, 2015; Col de l’échelle, éditions P, 2018; Un nouveau Musée, published by MER/Accattone, 2019; Ailanthus Altissima, published by B42, 2019). His works are shown in different art centers in France (La Salle de bain, Lyon, 2010; Les Églises, Chelles, 2011; CREDAC, Ivry, 2012; CRAC Alsace, 2016; MRAC, Sérignan, 2016, Les Capucins, Embrun, 2018); or abroad (Form Content, Londres, 2008; Project Art Center, Dublin, 2015; Extra City, Antwerp, 2016; Kunstraum, Düsseldorf, 2016; Fondation Eugenio Almeida, Evora, 2017; MAC, Montréal, 2017).