This series is a unique compilation of Bédué's images from Paris Fashion Week 2016, from a collection originally commissioned by French newspaper Liberation and published there and in Le Monde. His recognizable, graphically fragmented style is on display here as he captures both the crowds and the models backstage, dissecting them into almost non-human composites of forms and patterns.
Untitled #1 (Paris Fashion Week 2016)
From the series Le Feu au Poudres
Charles-Henry Bédué is a French photographer, born in 1980 and currently based in Paris. He studied at ESAG Penninghen, and completed a Master’s Degree in 2003, living and working in China from 2007 to 2013. His work forms both a personal and existential study of the world around him, perpetually toeing the line between figuration and abstraction. He has had his work selected for Fotobookfestival Kassel, Foam Talent 2014 Exhibition, Rencontres d’Arles, and Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam, and has produced work on behalf of Paris Photo, M.E.P., Polka Magazine, and been featured in GUP Magazine, It’s Nice That, Paper Magazine, Foam Magazine, Feature Shoot, Fisheye Magazine, and Boum!Bang!, among others. He won the prestigious Bourse du Talent 2016 for fashion photography, and has a solo exhibition in Autumn 2016 at the Finnish Museum of Photography.
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