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Claude Charlier

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Claude  Charlier

Claude Charlier is a French artist from Nancy, France. His life has been dedicated to art, especially photography and painting, with painting becoming his main passion in the last few years. He has traveled extensively and has maintained bases in both Tokyo and the USA, but inspired by Miami's cultural diversity and art scene , he now resides in Miami

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Claude  Charlier

Claude Charlier

Claude Charlier Biography

French artist Claude Charlier was born in Nancy, France. From his early childhood, Claude knew that art was his path in life. Initially he fell in love with the magic of photography, although he studied both music and fine art. His first job was working as a photographer for the French government. Soon after starting work, he landed a spread in"Paris Match". In Paris he continued with photography, working between Paris and London, but also collaborated with Shuji Terayama, writer and director of the Tenjo Sajiki and with Suzuki Tadashi director of the Waseda Shogekijo. With them he co-wrote and directed "Laurence de Paris", and fell in love with the Japanese culture. Shortly after he decided to move to Tokyo, Japan. The move was pivotal. While growing his photography career, Claude also worked as an art director for four years in Tokyo, creating international campaigns for major Japanese corporations. Even once his photographic client list grew to include an impressive list of the world's major corporations and publications, and awards began to roll in, he still pursued other artistic interests. He did TV shows for the Japanese networks and helped create and launch magazines such as "Tokyo Journal", "Vu" and "G" magazine, as well as create a weekly comic strip. His work lead him to travel all over the world for many years, and it was on one of these trips that he literally ran across his idea for this series of paintings... a crushed discarded soda can.

Claude Charlier's current series of paintings "Rubbish" grew from this moment. It represents for the artist a way of recycling and bringing attention to both the beauty and the memories that discarded drink cans and bottle caps have brought to us as consumers young and old, past and present.

Claude Charlier Resumé

Awards received:

He has won back to back awards for best annual reports over a 6 years period.

He has received the Mercury Award for his work for Ricoh Company, Best advertising campaign for NEC twice, Best Magazine add for Nikon Camera Campaign...

Events, Shows, Opening:

Several of these have been sponsored by Nikon, Pentax, IIford & Kodak.

An opening of his collection 'Rubbish' at Markowicz Fine Art Gallery in Miami.

He is also listed in both the 'Dictionnaire des Photographes' and in the 'Encyclopedie de la photographie'. Then, several museums and private collectors have purchased his artworks.

Selected exhibitions and art fairs:

1981 - Pentax Gallery, Tokyo
1982 - Rockefeller Center, New York
1982 - Nikon House, New York
1983 - Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
1984 - Center, Tokyo
1999 - Kaigado Gallery, Tokyo
2006 - Imperial Hotel, Tokyo
2004/2005 - Damien B. Art Center, Miami
2005 - Art Basel Miami
2006 - Gallery EJFA, Miami
2006/2007 – Kaigado Gallery, Tokyo
2011 - Yoshi´s Corner, Vienna
2011 - Yoshi´s Corner, Vienna
2011 - Gallery Valentine, Hamptons
2011 - Arcature Fine Art, Palm Beach
2011 - Kunstmesse Düsseldorf
2010/2012 - Art Miami
2011/2012 - Palm Beach Art Fair
2011 - Olyvia Fine Art
2011 - IFAE, Miami
2012 - Art Karlsruhe
2011/2012 - Markowicz Fine Art, Miami
2012/2013 - 2CforART, Salzburg
2012/2013 - 2CforART, Frankfurt
2013 - Markowicz Fine Art, Miami
2013 - Vienna Art Fair, Austria
2013 - Pulse Miami
2013 - Art Miami
2014 - Art Wynwood, Miami
2014 - 2CforART, Salzburg

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