Born in 1985, she lives and works in Paris.
Marine Wallon’s paintings do not seek so much to represent as to make present. They do not attempt to produce a plausible landscape but, on the contrary, confront us with the finished reality of the canvas, created by its edges and its surface, with the materiality of the paint. Her paintings suggest views where the immensity and the infinity of nature imposes itself on man who always seems to be on the move to an unknown goal.
Graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris, Marine Wallon has exhibited solo in galleries in Paris, London and Saint Paul de Vence and in group shows in art centers in France (Annecy, Perpignan) and abroad ( Kunstwerk Carlhütte, Büdelsdorf, Germany), as well as in galleries. She has won numerous prizes such as the Colas Prize (2020), Moly-Sabata Prize at the 64th Salon de Montrouge (2019) and the November International Painting Prize in Vitry (2017).