Camille Pradon © Adagp Paris, 2021 Clich

© Adagp Paris, 2021. Picture:Maurine Tric x Cité internationale des arts

portrait by Maurine Tric, 2021

b. 1993, France
Graduated from Saint-Etienne Higher School of Art and Design in 2015.


Camille Pradon is investigating on body and gesture, language, the underlining of stories and narrative structures. Her art practice is influenced by literature, painting, photography and motion pictures.

She uses film (digital and analog), installation (including pictures, films, sounds), photography and prints to explore the narrative potential of pictures, their dialectic and the way they interact with their surroundings. Image transformations and modifications, using filters, aggrandizements and framing techniques, is a trademark of her work.


In 2020 she joins the prestigious Cité internationale des arts in Paris with the support of Carasso's Foundation, the same year her 'Metaphora' project wins the Villa Salammbô's grant and art residency with French Cultural Institute of Tunisia. In 2021 Camille Pradon is a successful candidate at the 2.12 programme of Cité internationale des arts and her project 'La Cacciata' wins the Grand Tour Program by French Cultural Institute Italia.

Her work is regularly displayed in France and internationally such as at Manchester Museum of Natural History (UK), Finis Terræ - Island Art Center (Ouessant Island), Villa Belleville, Cité internationale des arts x Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles (Paris), Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale - resonance, Gabes Cinema Fen (Tunisia) or Traverse video Festival (Toulouse)...
A-g Gallery (Riga, Latvia), El Birou Gallery, Selma Feriani Gallery, Kamel Lazaar Foundation and French Cultural Institute of Tunisia, recently welcomed her works as well.

Camille Pradon is published as authoress and critic by several reviews such as Magazine du Jeu de Paume, fig. independent review of architectural criticism, Point Contemporain...
Her interview with artist Marcel Dinahet «Revenir vers un lieu que l’on a déjà appréhendé» recently came out in ‘Art & Territoires’ by La Muette Éditions, with the support of University of Rennes II and Maison des sciences de l’Homme de Bretagne.