© 2018 Marine Arragain

True lover of abstract expressionists, Marine shares their idea that art is a perpetual exploration of one’s identity, a constant journey, rejuvenated time and again by the unconscious mind.
An accomplished dancer since her youth, she maintains a physical approach to her creative process. She paints on the floor, using industrial tools or pouring paint directly on the canvas, trying to find poetry amid the tension and turmoil. The rough yet flowing lines and movements are characteristic of her work.

Marine currently lives in Paris, and has recently spent many months in Iceland where she was granted a 1-year art residency as a member of the international artistic collective HEIMA.

She is exhibited on the international art platform Wondereur, curated by JR studio Director, and also co-signs published fashion series, mixing photo & art, with her partner, the photographer Renaud Cambuzat.


  • 2016: Fashion week show for Flofferz Magazine - Group show - Paris (59 rue Rivoli gallery)
  • 2016: Musée Faure - Group show - Aix-les-Bains
  • 2015: Art residency, International Heima collective - Iceland
  • 2015: Permanent exhibition, Galerie MMB - Avignon
  • 2015: Featured in Wondereur's top picks (multi-award-winning art platform sharing the top picks of the world's best curators)
  • 2014: Fair In Off, FIAC Satellite Art Fair - Group show - Paris
  • 2014: Lunga Art festival - Group show - Iceland
  • 2014: HAIKU - Solo show, Galerie Monsieur - Paris
  • 2013: LAYERS - Solo show, Galerie Immanence privatized - Paris
  • 2013: BLYSS - Solo show, Verney Conseil - Paris
  • 2012: ZAO - Solo show, private showroom - Paris
  • 2008: Rythm & Colors - Solo show, ReDot Gallery - Singapore


  • 2016: Collaboration and publication in Flofferz Fashion magazine (issue Neverland, Michele Lamy)
  • 2015: Series The Winter Road, collaboration with fashion photographer Renaud Cambuzat, published in The Claw Fashionbook
  • 2014: Selected in International Contemporary Artists
  • 2012: Book cover of Religieux, Société civile, Politique, Edition Antipodes
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