Latin American Fashion Awards
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Latin American Fashion Awards | JURY

Aveillan is an internationally acclaimed firlmmaker, photographer and multimedia artist.

As a director and photographer, he worked with many prestigious brands in the world, such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany&Co, Guerlain, Dior, Swarovski, Audi, Paco Rabanne, BMW Philips, Samsung, Lacoste, Dior, Lexus, Infinity, etc.

He received more than 320 awards during his career, such as an “Outstanding Crystal Merit Award” in Crans Montana in 2012, a “Lifetime Achievement IFFA Award” for Global Excellence in 2014, a “Visionary Artist of the Year” Award at Milano Fashion Film Festival 2015, a “Life Time Achievement Award” at Bokeh Fashion Film Festival 2017 and “Best Director” & “Best Photographer” by CB News Magazine / Hit d’Or Awards in 2018.

In 2009, the Musée des Arts décoratifs at the Louvre held a retrospective of his brand films in the context of the exhibition “40 Years of Television Advertising”.
For instance, his film Odyssey commissioned by Cartier, being premiered at the MoMA in New York in 2012, seen by over 200 million viewers. Bruno also signed several other iconic first brand films such as “Journey’s” for Louis Vuitton , “Wolves” for Shangrila, “The Legend of Shalimar” for Guerlain , “J12 Origins” for Chanel, etc. His recent campaign film Road Safety for La Chose Agency became awarded in 2018 with 68 international awards, including 6 Lions Cannes.

Simultaneously, Bruno Aveillan has developed a personal artistic path that includes photography, experimental films, and installations. His Artwork is regularly exhibited throughout the world and is included in private and public collections.

In 2014, the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow (MAMM) held an exhibition entitled “Isolation Ceremony”. In 2015, the Art of Aveillan was shown at the Grand Palais, during “Art Paris Art Fair”.

His work includes books such as Mnemo #Lux, Fascinatio, Fulguratio, Bolshoi Underground, VICTOR, Acetate Spirit, Flashback and Roland Garros by Bruno Aveillan.

In 2017, Aveillan draws a “fascinating portrait of the French sculptor Rodin and his unrivaled esthetic approach” in a 60 minutes Art film entitled Divino Inferno. Working with contemporary dancers and artists such as Mircea Cantor.