A graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2016, Laure Tiberghien lives and works in Paris. In 2017, invited by Françoise Paviot, she produced her first solo exhibition, La Société Lumière, at the Espace Van Gogh in Arles. In 2018, she was a resident artist in the Agafay desert, at La Pause Residency. That same year she was invited by the artist Eric Poitevin to exhibit at the ArTsenal, the art center in the city of Dreux, with six other artists. In February 2019, the Lumière des Roses gallery offered her a solo exhibition. She was co-winner of the Louis Roederer Discovery Prize at the Rencontres d´Arles in July 2019. Following this, she entered the collections of the Rencontres d´Arles, then those of the French Museum of Photography. The Centre Pompidou acquired three of her works in 2020, the year in which she participated in the exhibition of the Centre Photographique d'Ile de France and the FRAC (fonds régional d'art contemporain) Normandie, La Photographie à l'épreuve de l'abstraction. Laure Tiberghien explores the limits of the photographic medium by questioning its two fundamental elements, light and time. She also works on the moving image in correlation with the still image. Using these elements, she creates non-reproducible and therefore unique photographic or film objects.