Christophe Beauregard was born in France in 1966 and lives and works in Paris. He is a graduate of the Beaux Arts of Tours.
The human body, both social and intimate, is Christophe Beauregard's favourite subject. He is a portrait photographer and heir to the historic portrait photographers such as August Sander, Richard Avedon and Diane Arbus.
A particular approach to portraiture and a bold, staged representation of the body have earned the artist a number of prestigious collaborations, from Dior to Berluti, including the Centre Pompidou-Metz and the CentQuatreParis in France. He has also been exhibited abroad : Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt - De, Alcatel Lucent - Us, Museo dell'Opera del Duomo de Prato, It. He is regularly published in magazines such as Le Monde, L'Œil, Libération, Les Inrocks or Esse in Canada.
His photographs have been published in several books, including Manuel d'Esthétique and Semantic Tramps (Filigranes Éditions), Europe Echelle 27 (Trans Photographic Press) and Sari (Christophe Daviet-Théry), with a preface by the photography specialist Dominique Baqué.
Christophe Beauregard is represented by Ségolène Brossette Galerie in France.