Franck Bohbot (b. 1980) is a Brooklyn-based photographer. Originally from the southernmost suburbs of Paris, Franck moved to New York in 2013 and focuses on cinematic views of the urban landscape. The artist’s work inhabits many spaces between reality and fantasy, documenting, and storytelling. His visual narratives highlight the surreal symmetries of constructed spaces with attentiveness to light and color as tools of nostalgia. Rendering public spaces, street scenes, and architectural sites of interest in his distinctive muted palette, he captures inanimate structures as if constructing portraits, compiling an imaginary archive of social spaces. Bohbot’s works have been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, Huffington Post, National Geographic, The Independent, and Vogue.