Estelle Hanania

  • Introduction
  • Awards
  • Books
  • Exhibitions
  • Texts
  • Contact
  • Blog
  • Credits
  • Introduction

    While pursuing her graduate degree at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, Estelle Hanania spent her free time in the photo lab, experimenting with the large-scale color prints. A month after receiving her degree, Hanania won the photo prize at the 2006 Hyères Festival. Since then, her photographs have appeared in Another magazine, American Suburb X, M le Monde, POP, T: New York Times, Interview germany, Hotshoe, Dazed & Confused, WSJ, Tank magazine and Mémoire Universelle among others, and she has been commissioned by fashion brands including Maison Martin Margiela, Véronique Leroy and Hermès. Her pictures have been collected into five books, and she been the subject of both group and solo shows internationally.

    Awards

    2015

    Nominated for Foam Paul Huf Award

    2014

    Nominated for Foam Paul Huf Award

    2010

    Laureate Du Prix Pdn’30

    2006

    Laureate Du Prix Photo Du Festival De Hyères

    Books

    2015

    Happy Purim, Shelter Press

    2015

    Eternelle Idole, book and vinyl by Stephen O’Malley,Shelter Press

    2013

    Glacial Jubilé, Shelter Press

    2011

    Dondoro, Kaugummi

    2011

    A Propos De Gisèle, JSBJ

    2012

    La Guerre Du Feu, 12mail / Red Bull space

    2010

    Myriorama, Gottlund Verlag

    2009

    Parking Lot Hydra, Decathlon books

    2009

    Zine Hanania Brunnquell, selfpublished

    Exhibitions

    2017
    Be There, Be Entertained!, solo show, Bozar, Brussels, Belgium
    2017
    This Is A Song, group show, The Heavy Time Institute, RVCA Corner Gallery , Melbourne, Australia
    2017
    My Body , My Choice, group show, Le Coeur, Paris, France
    2016
    The Limits Of Control, group show, Station Independent Projects, curated by the FCINY, NYC, USA
    2016
    Le Chemin du Retour, duo show with Fred Jourda and a film by Gisèle Vienne, La Filature, Mulhouse, France
    2016
    Images de Mode, group show, Villa Noailles, Hyères, France
    2015
    Les Récits de l'Insu, group show, CAC l'Onde, Velizy, France
    2015
    Quiet Moments, group show, Fremantle Arts Center, Australia
    2014
    Vernacular Alchemist, group show, CAC Passerelle, Brest, France
    2013
    A Different Kind Of Order, ICP, photo triennal, part of the photobok installation, NYC, USA
    2013
    Limits of Fashion, group show, photomonth of Krakow, Poland
    2013
    Demoniac Babble, group show during Cosmos, Arles, France
    2013
    Histoire de Savoir-Faire, Caroussel du Louvre, Paris, France
    2012
    To France, group show, Diplomat Gallery, Philadelphia, USA
    2012
    Neapolis, group show, book launch, OFR, Paris, France
    2012
    La Guerre Du Feu, Solo show as duo Hanania & Brunnquell, 12 mail, Red Bull Space, Paris, France
    2012
    Festival Ardanthé, solo show, Théâtre de Vanves, Vanves, France
    2011
    Tokyo Photo Fair, group show, Danziger gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2010
    Before The Wilds, group show, Ed Varie, NYC, USA
    2010
    Vice Group Show, group show, 12 mail, Red Bull Space, Paris, France
    2010
    Summer Group Show, Fat Gallery, Paris, France
    2010
    Myriorama, solo show, Fat Gallery, Paris, France
    2010
    PDN30, group show, Clark/Oshin gallery, Los Angeles, USA
    2010
    Ultra Silvam, group show, Wonderland Art Space, Copenhagen, Denmark
    2009
    Fantastique des Mirages, group show, Nuit d'Encre gallery, Paris, France
    2009
    The Noble Savage And The Little Tramp, group show, Mount Tremper Arts Festival, NY, USA
    2009
    La Maison de Poupées, group show, Historic Museum Arnhem, Arnhem biennale, Nederlands
    2009
    Nature en Kit, group show, Mudac, Lausanne, Switzerland
    2009
    12 Figures, group show, Fat gallery, Paris, France
    2008
    Roam The Lands, solo show, Fat Gallery, Paris, France

    Interviews, Texts & Reviews

    Contact

    estellehanania@​gmail.​com

    Blog

    estelle​hana​nia​.tumblr​.com

    Credits

    Design by VLF and Development by Tristan Bagot