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Juergen Teller: An iconoclastic artist at the Grand Palais

Until January 9, 2024, the Grand Palais Éphémère in Paris celebrates the work of Juergen Teller, this fashion photographer with an iconoclastic style. Discover a captivating retrospective highlighting his iconic collaborations and his ever more offbeat photographs.


The "i need to live" exhibition reveals Teller's mark on the fashion world, with photo series such as his bold portraits of Vivienne Westwood. His refusal of retouching and his unconventional style are affirmed through photos where truth prevails over glamorization.












At the heart of this retrospective, the photographs Teller captured for renowned magazines add a unique dimension to his work. From the striking portraits of Kate Moss in 1998, to the provocative images of Kim Kardashian on an abandoned construction site, each of his shots is daring in the very formal world of fashion.



Juergen Teller's collaborations with luxury brands such as Yves Saint Laurent, Loewe, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs… illustrate his minimalist aesthetic and his imperfect, limitless vision of beauty. Indeed, he has a unique ability to capture the essence of fashion and art personalities, as well as a marginal view on his own life. It offers a new and provocative perspective.

Juergen Teller, lens virtuoso or visionary provocateur? The “i need to live” exhibition reveals an essential chapter of contemporary fashion, which we invite you to explore.

Juergen Teller, i need to live

UNTIL JANUARY 9th 2024

GRAND PALAIS EPHÉMÈRE, PLACE JOFFRE, PARIS 7E

Juergen Teller, The Myth

UNTIL JANUARY 20th 2024

GALLERIE SUZANNE TARASIEVE 7 RUE PASTOURELLE, PARIS 3E

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