Daniel Siboni

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Daniel Siboni
Daniel Siboni

(1959-06-02)June 2, 1959
Known forPhotography

Daniel Siboni (born June 2, 1959) is a French photographer. He is noted for his artistic accomplishments in interior architecture, fashion photography and[1] street photography.[2]

Siboni’s fine art photography has been shown in such venues as the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Art Basel Miami show "In Fashion ‘07" and the "Year of Fashion" – so designated by the Photography Institute of New York for 2009.


Early life and education

Siboni was born in Rabat, Morocco and raised in "Place de la Victoire" (the victory place).

At age 15, Siboni participated in a young photography competition in Paris sponsored by "La ville de Paris"". In addition to winning professional photography equipment, his winning photo "City of Paris" was published in different Parisian magazines. At age 24, he entered the Ecole de Beaux Arts in Paris to study interior architecture.


During his studies, he was recruited to work for a private architectural firm to develop interior design concepts for some of Paris’ most famous restaurants and private homes such as "Drugstore Opera," "Le Glory Echiqufice," "Le Chevalier de temple," "Station de nuit," "Le Vouvray," "Les Rois Feneants"[citation needed]

After ten years working at a private architectural firm, Siboni decided to launch his own concept restaurant bar, Zinc Bar, in the 11th arrondissement district of Paris.[citation needed]

Three months after opening, he was approached by the publisher of Lola Mag, a famous Parisian fashion magazine, to feature one of his photos "New York City." In 1982 at age 34, he became the director of photography for Lola Mag with responsibility for overseeing the production, coordination and shooting of all magazine covers and fashion spreads.[citation needed]

Two years later, Siboni opened his own photography studio/gallery "101" Studio Victoire in "Place de la Victoire".[citation needed]

In addition to running his gallery, he expanded his international business by launching Eden Productions in Majorca, Spain.[citation needed]

In 2018, Siboni was hired to create pieces of artwork for The LINK hotels in Tel Aviv.[3]


  1. ^ Staff – "Street of the Art: Photographer Daniel Siboni Examines the Idiosyncrasies of Urban Life" (Bigger Than Life magazine, Issue 02). His work in fashion photography has included numerous covers for ‘’Elle Magazine throughout 2004, 2005 and 2006, ‘’Dior advertisements, Chanel, Levis, ‘’Vogue as well as ad campaigns for designers such as Christian Audigier, Elite Model’s Fashion, 7 for All Mankind, Marisa K, Faust (Summer 2004), Monahmour, Seven7 jeans, Lee Cooper, Cointreau, Le Printemps, Collette Dinigan, Christian Lacroix, Keita Maruyama and many more.
  2. ^ Marisa Kegan – "Downtown LA’s Own InnerSpace" (LA Direct Magazine, March 2009)
  3. ^ Halon, Eytan (December 12, 2018). "TEL AVIV HOTEL AMONG WORLD'S '100 MOST INCREDIBLE'". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved January 13, 2019.