YellowKorner opens Jean-Daniel Lorieux fashion photo retrospective
The French publishing house specialising in photography will exhibit the work of Jean-Daniel Lorieux, from August 24 to November 1, across one hundred galeries. The Parisian fashion photographer has also invited three contemporaries -- Guillaume Girardot, Nicolas Bets and John Wright -- to take part.
Known for his images that captured the effervescence of fashion in the 1970s and 1980s, Jean-Daniel Lorieux studied at Studio Harcourt and was part of Factory, the New Yorker artist studio opened by Andy Warhol in 1964.
Moreover, Jean-Daniel Lorieux notably collaborated with Vogue and L'Officiel magazines, and lensed campaigns for different fashion houses including Dior, Lanvin, Céline and Cardin.
Dubbed "Fashion Maestro", the event also makes space for three other photographers making their way in fashion and beauty. Frenchmen Guillaume Girardot, Belgian Nicolas Bets and Briton John Wright will gather to highlight fashion across the decades.
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