Born in 1984, Samuel Guigues currently lives and works in Paris after having spent his childhood in Marseille and his first photographic apprenticeships in Paris and New York. His references to Art History, his conceptual angles and his use of digital alterations to illustrate his contemporary subjects makes him an example of today’s young generation of photographers.
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