Chloé Heller
Photographer

Chloé Heller (b. 1997) is a French self-taught documentary photographer.

During her studies, she started studying the link between visuals and politics while doing research on war photography, including her last one on the role of photography in peace building and post-conflict reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Political and Social Sciences at the Catholic University of Lille, and her master’s degree at the School of International Relations of Moscow (MGIMO).

It wasn’t until she lived in Moscow during her studies that she began to explore photography more deeply. She traveled extensively in Russia, documenting her long train journeys and the time she spent with local strangers on the road, from the West to the East, and from the North to the South.
In her anthropological journey of self discovery, she instinctively takes an intimate approach to her photography and video storytelling.

Chloé Heller
Photographer

Chloé Heller (b. 1997) is a French self-taught documentary photographer.

During her studies, she started studying the link between visuals and politics while doing research on war photography, including her last one on the role of photography in peace building and post-conflict reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Political and Social Sciences at the Catholic University of Lille, and her master’s degree at the School of International Relations of Moscow (MGIMO).

It wasn’t until she lived in Moscow during her studies that she began to explore photography more deeply. She traveled extensively in Russia, documenting her long train journeys and the time she spent with local strangers on the road, from the West to the East, and from the North to the South.
In her anthropological journey of self discovery, she instinctively takes an intimate approach to her photography and video storytelling.

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    Ocean Space
    Venice, Italy
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    Prestel
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  • A Model
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    Mudam
    Luxembourg
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  • Marguerite Humeau: Orisons
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    Black Cube
    Hooper, USA
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  • Loghaven Artist Residency
    Deadline Jul 15, 2024
    Loghaven
    International
    Loghaven Artist Residency’s mission is to serve artists by providing them with a transformative residency experience and continued post-residency support. The residency is located on ninety acres of woodland in Knoxville, Tennessee. Artists live in five historic log cabins that have been both rehabilitated and modernized to create an ideal setting for reflection and work, and they have access to new, purpose-built studio space. (more…)