French, born in Hanoï, Vietnam
Studies in France, Maroc, Hollande
Ku Khanh debuts in photography by doing the cover of the magazine 20 ans. At the time he lives
between Paris, Milan, London, and Los Angeles. He works for the magazines, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Mademoiselle, Marie-Claire, Elle, Andy’s Warhol magazine ‘Interview’, and Playboy. At the same time, he creates commercials for Givenchy, Claude Montana, L’Oreal, Lancôme, American express, and many others.
With Mikael Lang, Khanh produces the first Jazz-Rock festival RIVIERA 76. He becomes the artistic director of the Japanese magazine, INVIEW, before switching to directing/producing commercials for Making-of. Finally he writes the scenario of Un jour, une Nuit.
En 2003, Khanh comes back to photography in the exhibition COURBES at the Galerie George Benamou, Paris; followed by a Polaroids exhibition A TABLE at the Galerie Food, Paris; and INSTANTANES at the Manray, Paris.
1977 "PUNK" Aurum Press Ltd, England.
1982 "THE BEST NUDES" Haga Shoten, Tokyo Japan.
REVUE DE PRESSE
1982 NIPPON CAMERA,
1987 PHOTO REPORTER,
Article in the magazine MARIE-CLAIRE
Article in the newspaper FIGARO
Article in the magazine PHOTO