Olivia Haudry
Photographer

Olivia Haudry is a photographer who lives in Paris.

After a licence of photography, she met the photographer Thierry Bouët and has been working at his studio since 2016. Her research belongs to intimate and realistic photography. Always attracted by sun light, she works on colors and shapes through landscape photography during her travels.

In 2018 she presented the subject “Debrecen, Summer 2017” at les Rencontres des Amis du Musée Albert-Kahn, documenting the home city of her grandmother in the north of Hungary, deeply affected by the Bolshevik revolution.

Olivia Haudry
Photographer

Olivia Haudry is a photographer who lives in Paris.

After a licence of photography, she met the photographer Thierry Bouët and has been working at his studio since 2016. Her research belongs to intimate and realistic photography. Always attracted by sun light, she works on colors and shapes through landscape photography during her travels.

In 2018 she presented the subject “Debrecen, Summer 2017” at les Rencontres des Amis du Musée Albert-Kahn, documenting the home city of her grandmother in the north of Hungary, deeply affected by the Bolshevik revolution.

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    Kunsthaus Bregenz
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