Moon sisters

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Eric Ouaknine

Eric Ouaknine is an international fashion photographer based in Paris and from the south of France. Very young he shows a particular interest in pictorial art and in particular drawing by developing a universe inspired by apocalyptic, fantastic and avant-garde fictions of the 1980s such as Mad-Max, Terminator, Blade Runner etc ... A passionate family and collector of art, his father painting by leisure, he visits the museums of Florence and Paris and ecstatic in front of the great works of the Renaissance and the Baroque and Gothic architectures which will mark him forever.
After studying nurse, passionate about landscape photography, still life and portrait he undertakes to radically change CAP and created a school of models in 2001 in which he will carry out many photo tests and will take his first steps in the world of fashion. Completely self -taught he carried out his first advertising campaign for a prestigious brand in 2003. In 2004 he moved to Paris with the ambition to become an international fashion photographer and specialize in haute couture and luxury accessory. From then on, he will continue the campaigns for famous brands, the editorials for the press, the trips to Milan and New York and will collaborate in parallel with the young promising fashion designers.
He organized his first photographic exhibition entitled "Destiny", a series of artistic portraits featuring original jewelry in 2008. This event is a significant success with the general public. Then he worked in 2009 on a series of futuristic portraits entitled "Girlz of Z future" which he exhibits in the Louvre restaurant. In 2011, sponsored by Maître Pierre Cornette de Saint Cyr, he exhibited "the Lord Female" in the Culeé du Pont Alexandre III, an event which will be a great success. "Virgin Suicide" (launched in 2017) represents the artist's fourth exhibition. This series of powerful portraits was created in partnership with the talented makeup artist Christelle Minbourg.

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