After studying sociology where he discovered the work of August Sanders, Eric Tabuchi began his photographic work. From 2007, he publishes several books – Hyper Trophy, Twentysix abandoned gasoline stations, Alphabet truck – at Florence Loewy. He exhibits at the Palais de Tokyo, The Comfort Moderne in Poitiers or les Abattoirs in Toulouse. Since 2012, he has been working on Atlas of Forms – www.atlas-of-forms.net. In 2017, he begins the Atlas of the Natural Regions, project that he intends to lead in the coming years. Born of a Japanese father and a Danish mother, his work revolves around notions of territory, memory and identity. Architectural typologies constitute the principal of his work.