Fanny Viguier started her career in 2005 at the Beaux Arts de Nantes, then obtained a Masters degree in art history from the Sorbonne. Now 26, she just graduated from the photography program at the Gobelins École de l’Image.
Although she has always been interested in artistic creation, the representation of the human figure is the driving force behind her work, and she finally chose photography as her primary means of expression. Whether it’s a visual means of grasping the flesh, of highlighting a particular individual or speaking of that person through the traces they leave, like moldings or footprints, the presence of the human body is almost inseparable from her photographs.
This young photographer sees her discipline as a vast field of freedom, and expresses herself through “artistic” and fashion photography alike.