French artist, Jean-Daniel Lorieux, is one of the masters of photography of his generation, earning much respect in the realm of fashion photography. Jean-Daniel Lorieux, was born on January 21st 1937 in Paris. He has been working as a photographer for twenty years with fashion magazines like Vogue and L’Officiel. He also worked with Andy Warhol at the Factory (Andy Warhol’s New York City Studio). Lorieux worked for the advertising campaigns of Dior, Lanvin, Rabanne, Ricci, Céline and Cardin, among others. An emblematic figure in the realm of fashion photography, Jean-Daniel Lorieux celebrates women through his photography in all their splendour and subtlety. He is still recognised today as an artist who was able to capture the effervescence of the 1970s and 1980s: the golden age of fashion photography.
His work has been exhibited worldwide but mostly in the United States and in Europe.