Vincent Dixon: Studio, an exhibition of recent photographs and videos produced in several of the artist’s workspaces around the globe. The exhibition takes viewers behind the scenes of Dixon’s practice with a collection of prints selected from among his studio productions in Paris, Pushkar, Los Angeles, New York, London, Miami, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Milan, Barcelona, Madrid, São Paulo, and other sites over his thirty-year career. With his sensitive portraits that turn strangers into intimates, offbeat compositions that raise more questions than they answer, and insightful observations about the connectedness of humanity, Dixon blurs the lines between commercial and fine art photography with a creativity and wit uniquely his own.
Dixon began his career in Paris, where he was awarded some of the most highly visible advertising campaigns in Europe, including Absolut Europe and Perrier. His work has earned Gold, Silver, and Bronze at the Cannes Lions Festival; Gold, Silver, and Bronze at the Clio Awards; multiple Epica Awards; a Lucie Award; the Grand Prix Stratégies de la Publicité in France; and a Pencil from D&AD Professional Awards. He has also been honored at the International Creativity Festival, the French Art Director's Club, and the London International Awards. Dixon has been featured in Photo District News and Creativity Magazine, and his work is regularly seen in Luerzer's Archive and Communication Arts. He is represented in New York, London, Paris, and Barcelona, and continues to travel the globe working on campaigns that include Le Petit Olivier, TSF Jazz, Hot Yoga, and the Mimi Foundation, whose video short, “If only for a second,” has become one of the industry’s most award-winning communications.