Claude Iverné

Born in 1963, Claude Iverné lives in France. He started his photographic career in the luxury world working with Pierre Cardin and then at the Pin-up studio. Assisting the major figures of fashion photography, his portraits were quickly noticed by the press, which started to commission him with stories and reports. He then shifted towards a more personal practice, on the verge between fine arts and social sciences. From the 1990s on, he took several trips to Egypt, Sudan, Morocco and Asia. In 2003, he created Elnour (light in Arabic), a publishing house and collective including Sudanese photographers, researchers and international artists.

His work has been exhibited in many solo shows, in France and abroad, among which recently Photographies soudanaises at the Nicéphore Niepce Museum in 2016. In 2004, he won the 3P Award (Photographers for a Photographic Project, created by Yann Arthus-Bertrand). In 2005, he curated the exhibition Soudan at the Rencontres internationales in Bamako.

In 2015, he received the Henri Cartier-Bresson Award, rewarding a long-term work presented in the monograph Bilad es Sudan, published by Éditions Xavier Barral.

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