Camille Henrot (b. 1978, Paris, France) is a New York-based multidisciplinary artist invested in questions of globalization, media, and structural anxiety. Her films, sculptures, drawings, and photographs often question what it means to exist as both a private individual and a member of an increasingly globalized world. Much of her work is influenced by her interest in philosophy, literature, and anthropology.

Henrot studied film animation at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs before working as a studio assistant under artist Pierre Huyghe, A survey exhibition of her work will be shown at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne in 2021. Recent solo exhibitions of Henrot’s work have been held at Art Sonje Center, Seoul (2020); Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery (2019); Galerie Johann König, Berlin (2019); and Metro Pictures, New York (2018), among others. Henrot’s work is featured in Between The Lines: An RxART Coloring Book by Contemporary Artists – Volume 8Click here to download and color her spread.