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About Patrick Demarchelier | Hearst | Trunk ArchiveOne of the greatest compliments Patrick Demarchelier ever received came from the legendary Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour: “Every woman looks more beautiful, and more like herself, through Demarchelier's lens.” The most important moment during a shoot, explains Demarchelier, is between relaxation and concentration, when the models often feel they are not being watched. This is when his
BACKGROUND INFORMATIONOne of the greatest compliments Patrick Demarchelier ever received came from the legendary Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour: “Every woman looks more beautiful, and more like herself, through Demarchelier's lens.” The most important moment during a shoot, explains Demarchelier, is between relaxation and concentration, when the models often feel they are not being watched. This is when his favourite images appear, celebrations of a unique style that has made him one of the most sought after fashion photographers in the world.
Before moving from Paris to New York in 1975, Demarchelier had worked as an assistant to Henri Cartier-Bresson and had begun to shape his own style of modest elegance in magazines such as ELLE and Marie Claire. Through masterful lighting and perspective he is able to create a perfect composition between proportion and subject. To him, the view through the camera is a magical moment and photography itself a particularly physical process. Demarchelier therefore prefers to take photos by hand rather than from a tripod, and this allows him to react spontaneously to the models.
The most spectacular photos from the last forty years of his career, which include countless covers from Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, are probably his portraits of Princess Diana in 1989. It was the very first time a French photographer was commissioned by the British royal family. Though a natural, radiant icon, Diana does not appear untouchable in the images, but displays instead a stunning charm.
TRUNK ARCHIVE is a boutique agency based in New York City that represents the archives of the world's leading fashion, celebrity, still life and landscape photographers. Every artist on their roster is acknowledged as being among the very best in his / her genre. To highlight the impressive diversity of images available at TRUNK ARCHIVE we have selected a group of amazing artists to feature in this launch collection.
1943 born in Le Havre, France 1975 moves to New York, USA Worked together with Henri Cartier-Bresson, Terry King and Jaques Guilbert 2022 died at the age of 78 in St Barth, UK
2012 Diana Vishneva Through The Lens Of Patrick Demarchelier, House of Photography, Moscow, Russia 2009 Patrick Demarchelier – Images et Mode a Paris, Petit Palais, Paris, France 2008 Patrick Demarchelier – Photographs, Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles, USA Patrick Demarchelier – Part 1, Staley-Wise Gallery, New York, USA 2005 Patrick Demarchelier, Young Gallery, Brussels, Belgium Patrick Demarchelier, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, USA 1999 Patrick Demarchelier – New Photographs, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, USA 1997 Patrick Demarchelier, Revelando la elegancia, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey, Mexiko 1995 Patrick Demarchelier – Selected Photographs, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, USA
2012 Fashion Clicks, Photographica Fine Art, Lugano, Switzerland 2011 Dance In Vogue, Moscow House of Photography, Moscow, Russia Harper's Bazaar - A Decade of Style, ICP - International Center of Photography, New York, USA 2009 Isabelle Huppert - Woman of Many Faces, UCCA - Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China Transphotographiques, Lille, France Christian Dior - 60 Years of Photography, Moscow Museum of Modern Art - MMOMA, Moscow, Russia 2003 Vanity Fair, Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands Archeology of Elegance, Schirmer/Mosel Showroom, Munich, Germany 2002 Archeology of Elegance, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany 1998 The Sound of One Hand, Apexart, New York, USA