Born in 1973.
Juliette Agnel studied art and ethno-aesthetics (Paris 1) and in Beaux Arts in Paris (congratulated in 1999). Meeting Jean Rouch takes her on the roads of Africa for more than 10 years. In 2011, she designs and manufactures a machine : the digital camera obscura with which she films and photographs. Supported by Michel Poivert who invites her to the photographic seminar in 2012, her work will be exhibited in South Korea, Norway and France, notably at the FIAC (Galerie Françoise Paviot – 2013), at the Nouvelles Vagues at the Palais de Tokyo (2013 ), at the exhibition Close to me by Guillaume Lasserre (2015), at Mois de la Photo (2015), at Paris Photo (2016). She has had a solo exhibition at L’Espace Van Gogh in Arles in 2015 and is invited by Léa Bismuth at the Tanneries d’Amilly in 2017.
Scholarships, diplomas, residencies
2017 Nominated for the New Discovery Prize, Rencontres d’Arles.
2016 Nominated for Personnel Award – Neuflize.
2013 Residence “Monastery of Halsnoy”, Norway.
Nominated for the “Contemporary Talent” Award Schneider Foundation
2012 Discovery Prize for Photographic Nights by Pierrevert (Leica).
Nominated for staff awards – Neuflize.
Nominated for the Arcimboldo Award – Image People.
2011 Residence “Writing of light” at the MGI, DRAC Île-de-France.
2000 DNSAP of the ENSBA.
1999 Colin-Lefranc Scholarship, Graduate School of Visual Arts, Geneva.