Lahrer

Félix (1971). French photographer. He started his career during a stay in London from 1994 to 1997, collaborating with magazines such as Wad, Vogue, Jalouse, Parso, Town and Spoon, Tetu and Vogue France. He became interested in cinema and directs films dominated by ironic atmospheres such as Claudia’s Dream in 2001 (where he imagines Claudia Shiffer flirting with giant puppets of King Kong and the Pink Panther) and Barbie Killer in Playland in 2002. He has also had two solo exhibitions. He lives and works in London and Paris.