Nathanaëlle Herbelin creates bridges between the intimate and the collective, between the personal and the universal: each painting is the result of an event or a relationship experienced and testifies to the different contexts apprehended. Herbelin graduated in 2016 from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris (ENSBA) with a Master’s degree and was invited in 2015 to attend the Cooper Union, NY (US).


Recent solo exhibitions include On the surface, the back of the eye, curated by Tom Laurent, French Institut of Tel-Aviv (IL); In-Situ, curated by Philippe Segalot, The Hotel de Guise, Paris (FR); Al Hevel Dak, Monotype Edition, Dilecta, Paris (FR); Perhaps It Was Never So, Umm Al Fahem Art Center, Umm Al Fahem (IL); Yishu 8: Post-Residency Exhibition, Chez Aunt Martine, Paris (FR); And maybe these things never happenedJousse Entreprises Gallery, Paris (FR) and Becoming Painting, Yishu8 with the George V Art Space, Beijing (CN).


Nathanaëlle Herbelin participates in the exhibition Close, curated by Russell Tovey, on view March 4 - April 6, 2023. For information about the artist please visit Xavier Hufkens.