Leblon Serge

Belgian born and Brussels based photographer Serge Leblon (°1964) searches for beauty, everyday life grows still, dispute softens, and luxury gains tenderness. A master of cinematic feeling for color and light, Leblon offers a distinctive photographic narrative of contemporary life that is at once unsparing and tender, knowing yet mysterious. Leblon is also a portraiture photographer who is used to photographing celebrities from the music and movie industries, such as Marion Cotillard, Isabelle Huppert, Michael Keaton, Étienne Daho, Benjamin Biolay, Isild le Besco, Léa Seydoux, Charlotte Rampling. Serge Leblon’s clients include Carolina Herrera, Sonia Rykiel, Neiman Markus,  Cacharel, Tsumori Chisato, Martine Sitbon, Cartier, Chanel, Azzaro, Hermès, Delvaux, Mercedes, Selfridges, Warehouse or Jimmy Choo. Leblon regularly contributes to such leading publications as Another Magazine, Another Man, Dazed and Confused, Purple, Ten, Self Service, Vogue, Acne Paper, Le Monde, Zeit. Leblon’s photographs have been featured in the exhibition “Ambiance” at the Kunstsammlung Nordhein-Westfalen Museum in Dusseldorf, at Archétype and Damasquine in Brussels, the Museum of New Art in Detroit, The Millenium of Mode in Tokyo, La Bank Gallery in Paris, 123 watts Gallery and Spike Gallery in New York. Leblon has also produced films as “Stranger than Fiction”, “Dead on the Beach” and “Rio”. His award-winning monograph “Serge Leblon” was published by Base Design in 2000. In 2010, Leblon released his book “Fashion”, collecting 10 years of his photographic work, with an interview by Loïc Prigent.