Studio professor

Isabelle Cornaro is an artist, curator and teacher. Her work has been shown at the Musée de l'Orangerie (Paris), the Fondation d'entreprise Pernod Ricard (Paris) and the Ludwig Museum (Koblenz) in 2021, as well as at the Musée National d'Art Moderne - Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris) as part of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2021. In recent years, she has had solo exhibitions in numerous international public and private institutions such as the MRAC (Sérignan, 2018), the Fondation Hermès (Brussels, 2016), the South London Gallery (London, 2015), the M-Museum (Leuven, 2014), La><art (Los Angeles, 2014), the Kunsthalle Bern (2013), the CNAC-Le Magasin (Grenoble, 2012), and the Kunstverein Düsseldorf (2009). His work has also been shown in group exhibitions, including Stories of Almost Everyone (Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, 2018), Une brève histoire du futur (Musée du Louvre, Paris, 2015), Archeo (Highline, NYC, 2014), Beware Wet Paint (ICA, London, 2014), One Torino (Palazzo Cavour, Turin, 2013), Decorum (MAMVP, Paris, 2013), la Triennale de Paris (Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2012), Vide-poche (Sculpture Center, NYC, 2011).


In 2023, his work will be the subject of a new monograph published by JRP Éditions, with texts by Cécile Debray, Clément Dirié, Fabrice Stroun and Tim Griffin; and in 2024, of a solo exhibition at the Fondazione Giuliani in Rome.


Photo : Annik Wetter