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Stephane Lanoux

The Life of Others
Humanist Photography

Stephane Lanoux is a French photographer based in Paris. For the past years, he has been focusing on intimate life and the persistence of people living in remote environments specifically in Asia, Middle East, North America Europe and South Africa.

Main projects and exposure:

Jun-Sep 2019: 2 pictures displayed at the Cincinnati Art Museum part of the exhibition "No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man"

Jun-Oct 2019 : featured part of the Festiphoto festival at Annecy lake in France with 4 large outdoor prints exhibited from project “Feu de Liberté”

Fev 2019: India children township life photography project with Alphabet Club NGO 2k pictures produced for the NGO communications and the field implementation partners

Nov 2018: profile and work featured on Timeto app online

Aug-Sep 2018: joined Burning Man organization photography documentation team: Work used by the organization for communication activities. In parallel, media accreditation for the project "Feu de Liberté".

July-August 2018, part of Arles Photography Festival, large photography featured for 2 months outdoor part of the Papillons Photo initiative:

Starting April 2018: agreement with Art Digital Studio Paris for the promotion of selected photography work for the B2B market

Feb-Mar 2018: 5 weeks of exhibition of project "Burning Man - Feu de Liberté" by Galerie Collection Privée in Paris:

Oct-Dec 2017: Paris photography project featured by Galerie Collection Privée in Paris:

Since Oct 2017: Partnership with Goodplanet Foundation for institutional communications:

Starting 2016: partnerships with Burning Man US (2017) and France (starting 2016) organizations for photography projects around regional events in France and in the US

April 2016 : Photography project covering the Rohingya oppressed minority human condition in Myanmar’s Rakhine red zone. Engaged with Red Cross and UNHCR and published online the “Being a Rohingya” photography project published on

2014-2015: Photography project around South African black community’s post-apartheid life condition in Diepsloot, Alexandra and Soweto townships:

2013-2014: Photography project focused on the Dubai labor life conditions, called “The Friday of others” published on

March 2014: Picture “Friends” exhibited at the Dubai Photography Festival (GPP 2014)