Born in Paris in 1974, Agathe de Bailliencourt is a painter who works on canvas and paper, as well as in public spaces and architecture. After graduating from Ecole Boulle in Paris, she has been working and exhibiting internationally while based in Berlin. Her work on canvas and paper has been exhibited in Paris, Berlin, New York City, Shanghai, Tokyo, Osaka, Mumbai and Singapore, among others. In 2006, she participated in the Singapore Biennale with a site-specific paint installation. In 2007, she completed her first large-scale light projection at the IHZ-Building/Berlin, followed by another light installation in 2008  at the Berliner Dom and an installation for the Shanghai Zendai Museum. In 2009, she was invited by the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo and by Tokyo Wonder Site Residency. In 2010, she published an artist book with Revolver Publishing and had her first New York solo exhibition at Lu Magnus. In 2011, she completes her first permanent public installation for a High School in France.

Image credit: Bailliencourt,  Je m’en fous, 2010