Born in Paris, living and working in New York, MarieVic graduated from École Spéciale d’Architecture, Paris; before receiving an MFA from Parsons The New School for Design, New York. MarieVic’s work varies greatly in its medium, with her use of sculpture, photography, video and installation; as part of her studio based practice.

Cultivating her own aesthetic vision, MarieVic critiques the fetishised culture of consumption. While scrutinizing the allure of luxury, over the crass consequences of a growing throw-away culture. Often resorting to a decidedly absurd sense of humour, MarieVic aims to explore how the self performs in very different contexts. At the same time individually, globally, and more politically.

Her works have been exhibited internationally at Stems Gallery, Brussels, BE; Lishui International Photography Festival, CN; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Nuit Blanche Toronto, CA; Hotel Particulier, New York, US; the Aperture Foundation, New York, US; Hendershot Gallery, New York, US; Eyebeam, New York, US; Brackett Creek Exhibitons, New York, US; Red Bull Studios, New York; 35/37, Paris, FR; Artcurial, Paris, FR;US and Eigen+Art Gallery, Leipzig, DE. She has recieved the Lishui International Photography Festival Award for Uniclones and FFFMilano Award for her work, Blowing Riccardo.


2017 If Art Can Start Anew Again Group exhibition at the Lishui International Photography Festival, CN
2017 Where Is The Future Made? Group exhibition at the Lishui International Photography Festival, CN
2017 Yap Group exhibition presented by the Korean Fine Arts association at the Daegu Art Fair, KR
2017 All In Group exhibition presented by EIGEN + ART Lab and Axel Springer, Berlin, DE
2017 Fashion Program Palais De Tokyo, Paris, FR
2017 Nuit Blanche Toronto Group exhibition curated by November Paynter, Director of Programs at MOCA Toronto, CA
2017 From Dada To Ta-Da Fisher Parrish Gallery, New York, US
2016 Fair Trade Stems Gallery, Brussels, BE
2016 Trailer Video Installation presented at EIGEN+ART, Leipzig, DE
2016 Chicks + Cock Group exhibition over the Manhattan Bridge as part of the Armory Show, New York, US