Born in 1957 - France
Christine Mathieu, French artist, was born in Haute Savoie and lives in Montreuil, just near Paris. She held her first exhibition of photography at the Polaroid gallery in Paris, just after the ENSAD (National Superior School of Decorative Arts in Paris). Since 1989, she founded the cultural design studio "l'épicerie" she still runs today.
In 2002, she won the first major European prize for contemporary art fair in Montrouge (France) and exhibit at the Museum San Cugat del Valles in Catalonia and the Museum Amarante in Porto (Portugal). In 2007, she exhibited "Best of Arles" at Farmani Gallery in Los Angeles. Today her artwork is included in national and international exhibitions.
Galerie QUAI EST (Commissariat Jean Michel Marchais) à Ivry sur Seine (France)
Show Square Magazine à Rennes (France).
Hotel de Luppé avec les Editions de la galerie VOIESOFF à Arles (France)
Galerie Bettina Von Arnim
Slick ATTITUDE à Paris
Exposition Autres tropiques, Ancienne Brasserie Bouchoule
(lieu de diffusion d'art contemporain des Instants chavirés) à Montreuil 93 (France)
exposition solo Transphotographiques 2006 (France) Festival VOIESOFF de Arles (France) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 et 2013
Photocollection Paris 2012
Les Boutographies 2013
Festival Manifesto 2013
Kolga Tbisili 2012, 2013 (Georgie)
PARIS MOIS PHOTO OFF : 2006, 2010, 2012
Biennale Fotonoviembre (Espagne) 2013
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