Clément Guégan is a Director & Photographer based in Paris

"Clément Guégan, is a surrealist visual artist, born in 1990 and live in Paris. Self taught, his work, mainly photographic, represent people in search of identity, lost in undefined landscapes. He's fascinated with the concepts of dreams and time, trying to capture these moments of loneliness, when we reveal our true self. In a world where everything is online, it is essential for Clément to create unique and tangible experiences around his exhibitions, going beyond the digital."

Exhibitions

“Premier Contact” (Paris) (March 2018)

“Cinetrain” exposition collective au siège de la SNCF (la Plaine St-Denis) (November 2017)
“Les postes du futurs” pour le 375ème de Montréal (2017)

Newad Indoor Ads (all over Canada) (2016/2017)
Festival MAP Toulouse (France) (June 2016)
KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival (Japan) (May 2016)
“Falling Serie” during the Radical Queer Week, in Montréal (Canada) (2015)
“L’homme et la nature” in Saint Leu la Forêt (France) Awarded Best Picture of the year (2014)

“Observing Clément Guégan’s photography is like wanderlusting through of a cinematic dreamscape – at turns mischievous and quizzical, haunting and wistful. They evoke a restrained surrealism, subtlety emotional with one foot in reality, one foot in reverie.”

James Alexander Dunphy
Sid Lee Collective, 2016