Emilie Moreau

Emilie is an influential young French artist who uses colorist techniques to create her original style of artwork. Her art is a mix between pop, street art, narrative figuration. She likes to convey important messages on environmental, animal welfare and social subjects through her art.
Emilie has studied Art History at Pau’s University France. She has been awarded in 2009 with the 2nd prize from the jury at “Brouillarta exhibition” in Biarritz, and with the 1st prize of “Young Creative” of “Pau’s Spring Exhibition”.
Throughout her career she has participated in several group and solo exhibitions in Paris, Venice, Pondicherry and in the south west of France.
She currently works with art galleries in Spain and India.
Below are some of her more prominent exhibitions –
International Exhibitions

2016 : "Mirrors Canvas Exhibition", a women's painting group show. Pondicherry Art Akademy
2016 : Exhibition in Venice Experimental Video and performance art festival
2015-16 : Partnered with Art DropShip art gallery Chennai, India for six months 
2013 : Partnership with Coon Art Gallery Madrid Spain since three years
Group Exhibitions in France :
2016 : Art show in the south west of France
2015 : Ducontenia Show and contest, St jean de luz, Brouillarta Biarritz
2014 : Art en Capital « Grand Palais Hotel » Paris
Tournand’art Tournefeuille, Toulouse
Galerie des Corsaires Comics Group exhibition Bayonne
Biarritz MIACS 8 (International Market of contemporary surf art)
Contemporary artistic exhibitions : Pau, Tarnos
Art contest « Salon de Duconténia » St Jean de Luz
2013 : Biarritz Asiatica Museum
Contemporary artistic exhibitions : Tarnos, Pau, Lons
2012 : Independent Contemporary artistic exhibition in St Jean de Luz
Contemporary artistic exhibitions : Cestas, Bordeaux, Blanquefort, Biarritz, Anglet,
Bayonne, Labenne
2010/2011 : Art Gallery Cristin’art Bordeaux
2007/2010 : MIACS (international contemporary art Market on surf), Biarritz
Singular Art Shows st jean de luz
Solo Exhibitions in France :
2009 : Salies-de-Béarn
2008 : Mimizan

Emilie's Collection: