Fran Beaufrand, born in Maracaibo, was a reference in Venezuelan photography in more than 40 years of career that he had
In the morning hours of this Friday, September 15, it was learned that the Venezuelan photographer Fran Beaufrand died at the age of 63 as a result of respiratory arrest, as indicated on social networks by the journalist specialized in the source of culture and entertainment, Simón Villamizar.
Fran Beaufrand, the Venezuelan photographer, a master in the world of fashion, died this morning due to respiratory arrest.
— Simon Villamizar (@SimonBestia) September 15, 2023
Several people through X (formerly known as Twitter) expressed their condolences for Beaufrand’s physical disappearance.
Fran Beaufrand has died, the country loses one of the best contemporary photographers and I, a friend. Rest in peace among lights, beauty, colors, and elegance as you were.
— Maria Teresa Belandria (@matebe) September 15, 2023
Fran Beaufrand, rest in peace. Thank you for your elegance through the camera.
Leaving high the
name of Venezuela always. pic.twitter.com/mg1ZCtvfbD
— Guarequena Gutiérrez Silva (@Guarequena) September 15, 2023
#15September Parting to eternity our dear and admired Fran Beaufrand, RIP. Photographer and man of fashion, supportive friend of the artist’s house projects and artists’ magazine for life where he was director and advisor. Peace to his soul! #HastaAlways pic.twitter.com/N8mtUAVRTc
— JJ Bartolomeo (@JJBartolomeo) September 15, 2023
Fran Beaufrand was born in Maracaibo in 1960 and developed in the world of fashion with a career of more than 40 years; with impeccable work recognized both inside and outside the country.
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He studied at the Cristóbal Rojas School, at the School of Arts of the Central University of Venezuela (UCV); graphic design at the Neumann Institute and, since the 1980s, she worked with international designers such as Halston in New York and in Venezuela with Ángel Sánchez or Margarita Zingg among others.
In addition, he collaborated with publications such as Complot, Fuchsia, Ocean Drive and Gatopardo; Just as his work was also reflected in advertising campaigns such as Motorolla, Ford, Chivas Regal, Pirelli, Movistar and Smirnoff, among many others.
With additional information from El Nacional / El Estímulo
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