About Patrick Demarchelier
Patrick Demarchelier's career began on his seventeenth birthday when his stepfather gave him a gift that would change his life, a camera. Three years later Patrick moved to Paris. His photographic style caught the eye of Alexander Liberman at Vogue. By 1974, Patrick was working for American Vogue, a year later he moved to New York. Patrick has photographed for Vogue, French Vogue, and British Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and Vanity Fair. His first one-man show in 1996 was at the gallery of Tony Schafrazi, followed by another singular exhibition at the Italian Museum of Modern Art (PAC) in Milan in 2000. In 2001, he again exhibited at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery and in 2005, had an exhibition at the Young Gallery in Belgium. Plans for future exhibitions are in the works for Moscow, Paris, London, and Brazil.