“In industrial photography, Dieuzaide excels at dividing sets of concrete and steel into meticulously composed luminous architectures. Strongly balanced images on solid horizontal or vertical bases, where all superfluous detail is eliminated, he plays with lines and lights to give birth to an unexpected beauty of the most sinister refineries or factories encountered. A real impetus towards a transcended beauty, towards a rediscovered “spirituality” of the material, emerges from it. This subtle game of graphics gives strength and dynamism to the various motifs represented […] ”. J.-C. Gautrand.
Jean-Claude Gautrand, Yan Jean Dieuzaide, p. 76