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Claire Louria is a French photographer living in Paris. She works in the scientific field, while cultivating a passion for photography.
Since 2011, her photographs have been regularly selected by the editorial team of Vogue Italy and published on their online platform. In 2012, her photos were shown on billboards in Time Square New York for an international art event.
In 2013, she was contacted by Galerie Vevais, a German publisher of art and photography books. On this occasion, a book was published in 2014 – Werkdruck no. 40 – containing 21 photographs.
Since 2013, her work was presented in various photography festivals such as Taiwan Photo and Fotofever at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris.
She is currently working on various photographic projects.