Born in Paris in 1945.
He engaged in drawing and painting and then, on Henry Miller’s advice, took up photography.
Initially, Kiki of Paris specialized in ethnographic photography, visiting Asia, Central Europe, Cuba and Jamaica and living in the United States for several years. Then he addressed the theme of city life and the relationship between the people in the city and with the city.
Since the late 1990s he has been evolving the structure photography theory and experimenting with photomontage.
In the 1990s Kiki of Paris staged a series of solo shows, including in Nassau, Seattle, Paris, Tokyo and Luxembourg.
His works can be found in many famous collections and have been reviewed in numerous publications.
Kiki of Paris lives in Paris.