Nicolas Haeni was born in 1984 in Switzerland. After completing his Bachelors Degree in Photography (2009) and his Masters Degree (2011) in Art Direction and Photography, Nicolas continues to work on human sculpture and photography, and feeds his obsession on everyday life objects, by producing images that are expressing his point of view through material. He gives humor to daily routine and emphasis on a new statement by mixing people and products. He transforms visual objects which we are used to, on a daily basis and suggests his personal vision of our environment. In 2012 he co-founded the collective Moos-Tang with Thomas Rousset and works for Magazines for Fashion series, Portraits and Still Life. Working at the same time on his personal work, Nicolas has been published in several magazines like Aperture, Openlab, Form and Neon Magazine. Nicolas’s philosophy stands for an eternal obsessional game.

Un autre regard sur Paléo (CH)
Château Ramezay (CAN)
La nuit des Images (CH)
B Bookshow (UK)
La Placette (CH)
Margate Photo Festival (UK)
Youthgroupgallery (NYC)
Diplomat Gallery (PA)
A Bookshow, Brighton (UK)
Im Frappant (D)
Voies Off Arles (FR)

British Journal of Photography (UK)
Aperture Magazine (NYC)
Form Magazine (CH)
Neon Magazine (D)
Libération (F)
Open Lab Magazine (NY)
7000 words (CH)
Dazed Digital (UK)
Cactus Magazine (IT)
Ernesto Magazine (BR)
Page Online (D)
PIG Magazine (IT)
Precursor, Gestalten, (D)


Phone number:
+41 78 743 23 71

+33 7 63 36 33 77

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