Artist and Commercial Photographer currently living and working in Paris, France. Maxime Guyon graduated with honours from the prestigious art school ECAL where afterwards he also contributed to the creation of the Master Photography program alongside Milo Keller and worked as a researcher at the same time for the research project called “Augmented Photography”. His modernist, sharp and colourful images concentrate on the technological evolutions in modern society. His project “Technological Exaptation” is a questioning for all photographers faced with dematerializations.
Maxime is represented by Monsieur l’Agent.
Audi, Carhartt WIP, Citizen K, Deewee, e15 Furnitures, Etudes Studio, Fast Company, Fondazione Vico Magistretti, Hennessy, Honda, Intersection Magazine, Lexus, Louis Vuitton, M Le Monde, Mazda, Nike, L’OFFICIEL Magazine, Television Magazine, Renault, Renault Sport F1, Urwerk, Victorinox, Wallpaper Magazine…
Neoglobalidad, Centre de la Photographie Genève, Genève 2017
Fuori Catologo, Fondazione Vico Magistretti, Milan, 2017
Foam Talents, Red Hook Labs, Brooklyn, 2017
Foam Talents, Unseen Festival, Amsterdam, 2016
Nike Sock Dart, Shinzo Paris, Paris, 2016
Forms of Formalism, MEGA gallery, Milan, 2016
Swiss Design Awards, Art Basel, Basel, 2016
Festival Circulation, Atelier 104, Paris, 2016
#crystalcondition, Herrmann Germann Gallery, Zürich, 2016
Blog Reblog, Austin Center for Photography, Austin, 2014
89+SPBH, Serpentine Galleries, London, 2013
Multistable, The Owl Gallery, Austin, 2013
Blog Reblog, Signal Gallery, New York, 2013
Wish you were here, Pop Up Gallery, Los Angeles, 2013
Super Imposition, Third Party Gallery, Cincinnati, 2012
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