(Image: Claude Charlier, Japanese Poem in Gold and Silver, 2014, Acrylic Paint With Pigments of Gold & Silver on Canvas, 42 X 32 X 1.5 Inches; © Claude Charlier)
Claude Charlier (b. Nancy, France)
Claude Charlier is an artist born in Nancy, France. He knew at a very early age that photography and painting was going to be his life's passion, though his studies remained on the classical arts; music and fine art in particular. After the usual first jobs, including working as a photographer for the French Government, he was asked to come and work at Paris Match after doing a scoop on a jail revolution.
Apart from photography and painting, he also worked as an art director for 4 years creating international campaigns for major Japanese companies, did a couple of morning shows for Japanese networks and helped in creating several magazines like Tokyo Journal, Vu and G magazine.
Claude has lived and worked in Japan, Europe, South East Asia and in the USA, where he currently resides. His work has appeared in some of the world’s major publications and his client list includes an impressive list of world’s major corporations and publications. He has won back to back awards for best annual reports over a six year period and received the Mercury Award for his work for Ricoh Company, Best advertising campaign for NEC twice, Best magazine add for Nikon Camera campaign, etc.
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