Multi-award winning film director and photographer, Bruno Aveillan is one of the most sought after artists in the luxury brand communication. He is behind many brand associated films such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Swarovski, Shangri-La, Lanvin and Guerlain.
His film L’Odyssée by Cartier, which was shown at the MoMA in New York, received over 40 Golden Awards across the world.
He has also directed some experimental films (Minotaur-Ex, Morpholab, W.H.E.A.T) which accompany his photography exhibitions and compete in festivals. Aveillan’s work features in both public and private collections including the San Francisco MoMA.
A respected artist in his own right, his photographs have been shown in galleries and museums globally (in 2015 alone, 3+1 at the Grand Palais as part of Art Paris, Isolation Ceremony, a collection shown at the Multimedia Art Museum of Moscow, Flashback, a retrospective at Couvent des Minimes in Perpignan and Narcisse, a collective exhibition at the Walter Benjamin Contemporary Art Centre).
Several books have been published bearing witness to Aveillan’s exceptional track record Flashback (Noir, 2015), Acetate Spirit (Noir, 2013), Bolshoi Underground (Au-delà du Raisonnable, 2012), as well as the portfolios Fulguratio and Fascinatio (Chez Higgins, Collection Fondation Auer, 2011).