• Alcibiade Cohen

    Alcibiade Cohen

    Alcibiade Cohen: French photographer and director based in Paris, Alcibiade has lived in Argentina (one of his countries of origin), Brazil and Togo (where he organised photo workshops for children). Through these very different and dynamic places, he established the poetry of his photographs and his gaze on the subjects he captures. In 2018, he was part of the ‘CHARBON’ project, produced by KAHL Editions.

  • Alice Rosati

    Alice Rosati

    Alice Rosati (1985): Based in Paris, Alice Rosati from Milan is mainly known as a fashion photographer and art director, through her various commissioned works for many well-established magazines and brands. She developed her individuality as an artist when she moved to Greece and started working in a photography studio, before moving back to Italy to assist the fashion show photographer Graziano Ferrari and joining her first artist management agency. Alice is a photographic storyteller, viewing herself as a polyhedric artist. In 2020, she published her first book, ‘I AM A MERMAID’ with KAHL Editions and had her first solo show at the Galerie Charraudeau in Paris for the occasion.

  • Ana Segovia

    Ana Segovia

    Ana Segovia (1991): Vogue Magazine and Artsy ranked Ana Segovia among the most important artists that are shaping the Mexican art scene. Ana Segovia’s practice investigates the forms of circulation, representation and performativity of identity, mainly within Mexican popular culture. Through the reinterpretation of archives (mostly stills from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema) or picturesque scenes, Segovia identifies and challenges heteropatriarchal stereotypes. By way of these circumstances, Ana invites us to rethink notions of sexuality and non-binary inclusivity to hopefully challenge gender norms. It’s not what it looks like, the first book of Ana Segovia's work, published by KAHL Editions, will definitely soon be considered as the Canon of the artist’s early work.

  • Artsi Ifrah

    Artsi Ifrah

    Artsi Ifrah: Founder and designer of Maison ART/C, Artsi Ifrah works in Marrakesh and creates all his pieces with total freedom from his state of mind at that moment. Being respectful of the past and culture allows him to create something warmer. Vintage fabrics can fit both past and present. The process of creating each picture starts with a piece he creates that day. He makes one-of-a-kind pieces and tries to make one-of-a-kind pictures with them, pictures that tell stories full of feeling. In 2017, he published his first book, ‘Piece of Mind’ with KAHL Editions.

  • Fumi Nagasaka

    Fumi Nagasaka

    Fumi Nagasaka: Japanese photographer based in New York since 2002, Fumi is constantly in search of the unexpected beauty of youth, to provide an honest representation of the tender age. As Robbie Spencer put it, “her images are always powerful and full of emotion”. In 2016, Fumi Nagasaka published her first book, ‘Untitled Youth’ with KAHL Editions, and it was a great success distributed all over the world. In 2021, her work was selected to be exhibited as part of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery.

  • Guillaume de Sardes / Mounir Fatmi

    Guillaume de Sardes / Mounir Fatmi

    Guillaume de Sardes (1979): is a writer, a photographer, an editor, an historian of art and a French curator. His personal work, mainly focuses on questions of the intimate or wandering topics, is developed through photography, writing and movie directing. His novels and essays have been published by Grasset, Gallimard and Hermann, and his photographs and videos has been exhibited in France and abroad in various galleries and art institutions, including the MEP in Paris.
    Mounir Fatmi (1970): Moroccan artist based between Paris and Tangier. By using materials such as antenna cable, typewriters, and VHS tapes, Mounir elaborates an experimental archeology that questions the world and the role of the artist in a society in crisis. Thus, he questions the limits of language and communication while reflecting upon these obsolescent materials and their uncertain future.

  • Hannibal Volkoff

    Hannibal Volkoff

    Hannibal Volkoff (1986): Hannibal is a French photographer often attracted by the study of adolescent bodies and their cultural expressions. Over the years, Hannibal Volkoff's community reporting has become a generational portrait of freedom-loving youth. He published two books with Les Presses Littéraires: ‘Nous Naissons de Partout’ in 2016 and ‘Nous qui Débordons de la Nuit’ in 2019. Hannibal was also part of the ‘CHARBON’ project, produced by KAHL Editions in 2018.

  • Julie Joubert

    Julie Joubert

    Julie Joubert (1989): A graduate of the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Julie Joubert embraces social themes to highlight those who are continually side-lined.
    Her work invite the viewer to change their perception of these individuals through the sublimation of their faces and bodies. While maintaining a certain distance, she tries to highlight the uniqueness of her subjects. Her work has been presented at several exhibitions in France: General Stores in Pantin, Galerie Houg in Paris, La Nuit de la Photographie in Lyon, Julio Artist-run Space in Paris, Hors-les-Murs “Galerie du jour agnès B.” in Paris, and many others.
    Her first book, ‘MIDO’ was published in 2021 by KAHL Editions.

  • Julien Boudet

    Julien Boudet

    Julien Boudet (1985): VOGUE described him as the French Heartthrob of Street Style Photography. Julien Boudet is a New York and Paris-based photographer, originally from the South of France. In 2013, his photography brand Bleu Mode was born. While spending time in New York and travelling the world, Julien works on his personal documentary projects and shoots for several well-known fashion magazines. Also known for capturing “The Decisive Fashion Moment” on the streets, Julien Boudet’s photography straddles the line between fashion evolution and photojournalism. In 2018, he published his first book, ‘Bleus Visages’ with KAHL Editions.

  • Mara Sánchez Renero

    Mara Sánchez Renero

    Mara Sánchez Renero (1979): Mexican photographer born and based in Mexico City. 
    Interested in the instability of the human condition, she looks for places where she can create or reinvent a scenario. In her photography, we witness the dissolution of the constructed identity. By isolating her subjects from their daily contexts she highlights their mythical existence and thus to confront the uncertainty of human nature. Her work has been exhibited in various locations across Europe, USA, Asia, Latin America and Africa. Mara received several awards, notably from Arles in 2015 or from the IWPA in 2020. In 2022, she published her first book El Cimarrón y su fandango with KAHL Editions.

  • Michel Kameni

    Michel Kameni

    Michel Kameni (1935-2020): Nicknamed “Papami” is a Cameroonian photographer. His work explores the evolution of a postcolonial Yaounde by portraying its inhabitants with an incredible kindness and passion. These images are more than just a document, they are also an intimate study of the relationship between the photographer and his subject.
    In September 1963, he opened a photo studio in the Briqueterie district of Yaoundé, where the whole of Cameroonian society that passed before his lens, from all social circles and different cultural backgrounds, Christians and Muslims, urban socialites to provincial farmers all travelling through this great city.

  • Nordine Makhloufi

    Nordine Makhloufi

    Nordine Makhloufi: Nordine Makhloufi is a photographer born and raised in Paris who has documented his friends throughout their growth and their impact on the upcoming and changing society and viceversa. He has built a diary where friendship is at the heart of the narrative and where courage, care, pain, fun and creativity are the color palette of an amazing work of art.

  • Orlando Torres Canela

    Orlando Torres Canela

    Orlando Torres Canela (1978): Orlando Torres Canela's artistic journey is a profound exploration of identity and human form. Graduating from the University of Guadalajara with a degree in Visual Arts for Photographic Expression, he delves into the depths of artistic expression. With three solo exhibitions and over 10 collective showcases across Mexico, his work challenges traditional concepts of male beauty and embraces homoerotic desire. In 2013, Orlando's talent gained national recognition as a finalist in Mexico's Contemporary Photography Contest. In 2024, he published his first book, COLISEO, with KAHL Editions.

  • Patrick Bienert

    Patrick Bienert

    Patrick Bienert (1980): German photographer based in Munich, Patrick mainly works between the fashion photography world and that of portraiture. His personal projects have been exhibited at Webber Gallery (London), Calvert 22 Foundation (London), Deichtorhallen (Hamburg), OFR Gallery (Paris), and many others. In 2020, he published the ‘East End of Europe with KAHL Editions.

  • Serge Najjar

    Serge Najjar

    Serge Najjar (1973): Serge Najjar is a photographer from Lebanon. He is a self-taught photographer, and his work examines the interrelationship between modern and contemporary painting and photography. Serge Najjar advances like a goldsmith of cities showing their manifold geometric potential. He casts his photographer’s eye on our interaction with materials and their correlation with the history of modern art and geometric abstraction. His approach may be instinctive, but his views allow us to reconsider our contemporary surroundings on a human scale. Human presence makes utopian, at times overwhelming, architectural structures appear more human. In 2021, he published his first book, ‘BEIRUT’ with KAHL Editions.

  • Tom de Peyret

    Tom de Peyret

    Tom de Peyret (1986): French photographer based in Paris, Tom has also lived in Istanbul, Brussels and Lausanne, where he graduated in 2012 (ECAL). His personal projects have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, at the Silencio (Paris), and in Mexico during the ZONAMACO art fair. In 2018, he was part of the ‘CHARBON’ project, produced by KAHL Editions. He also published his first monograph book, ‘Concrete Mirages’ in 2021 with Poursuite Edition.

  • Tristan Joseph Boisvert

    Tristan Joseph Boisvert

    Tristan J. Boisvert (1989): Canadian poet, photographer, and performer, Tristan has a strong relationship with Paris, France, where he lived for many years. There, he was a key collaborator in the ‘CHARBON’ project, produced by KAHL Editions in 2018, for which he was chosen to be the narrator of the book. In this book, we can also find several images from his work.

  • Zuza Krajewska

    Zuza Krajewska

    Zuza Krajewska (1975): Photographer and filmmaker, the work of Zuza Krajewska is described as redefining the fashion and documentary landscapes, where images defy convention. As she is socially engaged and interested in storytelling, she uses her expressive visual language as a form of narration of a full story captured in one single frame. Her photography was featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including The National Museum in Warsaw which bought her works for their collection. Her work was published in many important titles like the British Journal of Photography, M Le Monde, The Steidz, or The Calvert Journal. In 2017, she published her first book, ‘IMAGO’ with KAHL Editions.