Yan Morvan is recognized as one of the great contemporary specialists in war photography, which constitutes his first reportages. He collaborated with Libération, member of Sipa Press, permanent correspondent of the American weekly Newsweek, he covered the main conflicts in the world. Periodically, he returns to France and makes reports on the margins of society.
In 1994, he dedicated himself to an immersion in Pigalle, its cabarets, sex shops and other exchange clubs. He brings back portraits of characters of the night, color or black and white images of the reverse side of the set, the fringe of the sidewalks where men and women come to seek the thrill of transgression in the night.