Alban Ho Van Set designer


After studying at the School of Decorative Arts in Paris and the School of the National Theatre of Strasbourg, Alban Ho Van trained under the chief set designers on films by Christophe Honoré, Leos Carax, and Philippe Claudel. He was the set designer for Galin Stoev's productions of Liliom (Ferenc Molnar), The People of Oz (Yana Borissova), and Tartuffe (Molière) at the Comédie-Française and he recently worked with Agnès Jaoui (on the remake of Un air de famille and Cuisine et dépendances), Philippe Decouflé (Nouvelles Pièces Courtes) and Bérangère Janelle (Melancholia Europea). He created the sets for Christophe Honoré’s Nouveau roman, Fin de l’histoire and Les Idoles, and then worked again with Christophe Honoré at the opera on the productions of Dialogues des carmélites, Pelléas et Mélisande, Don Carlos and Così fan tutte at the Aix Festival.

Alban Ho Van is making his Paris Opera debut.

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