artworks by Camille Correas

Born in Annecy (France) in 1993, Camille Correas is a multi-disciplinary artist who blends mediums and sensorialities.

Convinced that the senses of "intimacy" - taste, smell and touch - enable inclusivity, she approaches her practice through a multiple use of sensorialities. Her productions are particularly inspired by olfaction and taste, a sense of horizontality, since everyone is in the same place when faced with a smell or taste, regardless of gender or social background. Her organic forms are borrowed from the Baroque, the world of science fiction and feminist fantasy, and blend with the occult and joyful hypnosis.

After studying cookery and pastry-making, Camille Correas went on to work in prestigious establishments such as Pierre Hermé's Royal Monceau and Alain Passard's L'Arpège, both of which boast three Michelin stars. It was here that she began to use the gastronomic way. In 2017, she left the world of palaces to attend the Beaux-Arts de Paris, and went on exchange to the San Francisco Art Institute. While continuing to work with tastes, touch and smells, she takes courses in performance, ceramics and multi-sensory installation. She graduated in 2022.

Her work was exhibited at Galerie Myriam Chair (Paris) in 2023, but also at Main d'Oeuvre (Saint-Ouen) in 2021, Galerie du Montparnasse (Paris) at the end of 2022, San Francisco Art Institute in 2019, Magasin Généraux (Pantin) in 2018.
In 2024, she has been invited by curator and olfaction specialist Sandra Barré for the group and historical exhibition Mondes Sensible, une histoire sensorielle de l'oeuvre d'art totale at the Musée International du parfum in Grasse, and by curator Pierre El Khoury for a duo exhibition at the Reuter-Bausch Art Gallery in Luxembourg.

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Exhibition Intimités at Reuter Bausch Art Gallery
  • Intimités
  • Feb. 23 - Mar. 23, 2024
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