I am a French conceptual artist based in Vienna, Austria. Upon completion of my Bachelors in Law and Art History at La Sorbonne in Paris, as well as a Master’s Degree in the Art Market at EAC in Paris and in International Business at INSEEC in London, I entered the United Nations. There, the causes I worked for lent me the ideas that would shape and give birth to my art series, believing that art has the power to spur change in society.
Thusly, I decided to start by focusing on two main issues: animal extinction and climate change. To do so, I used a variety of mediums, such as photography, sculpture and painting, choosing what will induce the best impact.
The year 2018 marked my first exhibition in Florence, which since then has been followed by a constant flow of opportunities to showcase my works, including among other hotspots Paris, London, Zürich, Berlin, South Korea and Dubai. In 2020, I won the Kalos Art Prize for one of my paintings from the “Medici” series.
Art is a way to communicate ideas and concepts to an audience. The different series I came up with until now are dealing with topics that I want to share with the rest of the world and give my understanding of. These include climate change and animal extinction, among others.
Dylan Thomas once wrote about poetry that "a good poem is a contribution to reality. The world is never the same once a good poem has been added to it. A good poem helps change the shape of the universe, helps to extend everyone's knowledge of himself and the world around him", and to my mind this is art's purpose.