Born in 1987 - France
Born in 1987, Quentin Houdas is a French photographer.
After a bachelors in history of art at the Sorbonne, he specialized in photography and contemporary art. His developed his own artistic language and chose his theme: portrait. He wants to show man through his everyday life and activities, in order to give a new meaning to human beings today.
For this, Quentin Houdas doesn't hesitate to use satire and humor revealing his true source of inspiration, pictorial representation of newspapers like Charlie Hebdo. In fact, while he does his personal works, he simultaneously collaborates with Obs and Charlie Hebdo to regularly draw portraits of guests or the team. Often taken up, his portraits are published in several reviews and works but can also be seen on television.
Avril 2016 exposition "Queer" à la BAB's GalerieRead more
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