Portrait © Solal-Villemain

Julie Navarro is a visual artist who lives and works between Paris and Creuse in the French countryside.

Her paintings, sculptures, and dance performances explore the perception of the living, the materiality of flux, and the beating heart of light. «Julie Navarro’s art is spectral in two senses: in that it scatters pigments, capturing their mobile radiance with a bird’s grace, open to disappearance; and in that it is on the lookout for ghostly presences, shadows and imprints. His works urge us to accentuate the power of the eye – not to reinforce the visible. The wave motif is everywhere: in the water, in the light, in the music and dance of the balls that the artist organises”. Mariane de Douet, 2022

She exhibits both in France and abroad. The Centre Pompidou regularly invites her to do collective performances in which she draws living narratives. She was a finalist in the COAL and Talents Contemporains (Schneider Foundation) awards, and winner of the CNAP works with protocols to be activated program with her SILVER BALL dance sculpture (2021-23).

She collaborates with LIUSA WANG, espace temps, Fahmy-Malinovsky gallery in Paris.