Camille Vivier is a French photographer following a career in fashion photography and magazine work (Dazed and Confused, Numéro, etc.) along with a personal artistic work.
Her personal work is a research around femininity, its affirmation, and about the woman's body. She finds inspiration in cinema, in sub-genres, and in still life art. Her images can sometimes be considered slightly outrageous, and are more often loaded with eroticism.
Since the end of the 1990s, Camille Vivier has received several awards (Hyères, Villa Médicis), and her photography work has been displayed in many solo shows (Galerie Kammel Menour, Villa Noailles, Unseen, Galerie Für Moderne Fotografie, etc.).
She has published several photobooks, including "Twist" with Art Paper Editions in 2019.
© Portrait by Chantapitch Wiwatchaikamol
.Sold out. Presentation by APE / Art Paper Editions: " Twist is an overview of Camille Vivier's work. It is a meeting of worlds. An encounter between curved, nude female bodies with avant-garde, anthropomorphic sculptures. Their shape refers back to the bodies. Vivier confronts roughness with sensuality. She creates her own world, which feels absurd,...