Born in Lausanne in 1991, Younès Klouche is a photographer living and working in Paris and Lausanne.
His personal projects are shown in major institutions such as the Musée de l’Elysée or the Tate Modern and pursue new solutions to re-define the documentary genre owing to a conceptual and reflexive approach.
After graduating with honours from ECAL in Switzerland, Younès Klouche's commercial practice soon expended to Paris; where he maintains strong connections with clients, producers and art directors. His work includes advertising, editorial stories, and musical artworks, usually within the field of still life.
At the occasion of the 2016 Rencontres d’Arles he released his first monographic photo book with Éditions du LIC. A visual essay on the evolution of documentary photography with images made in the north american continent.
Casio, Das Magazin, Deewee, Givenchy, Ikea, Le Bon Marché, L’Officiel Paris, Monocle Magazine, Nike, On Running, Pernod Ricard, Pigalle, Salomon, Soulwax, Swiss Federal Office Of Culture, T-Magazine, Valmont, Vitra, Vice France, Wallpaper.