Visual artist born in Paris in 1992.
Lives and works in Nantes (France) since 2011.
Was awarded Nantes Visual Arts Prize in 2016.
After following a one-year foundation course in Visual Arts in Paris, she started studying at l'Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-arts de Nantes Métropole (Nantes School of Art) in 2011, where she graduated (Master of Arts in Fine Arts) with first class honors in June 2016.
Thanks to an Erasmus exchange program, she studied at the Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design (London) from January to June 2015.
In addition to her Fine Art studies, she took Psychology and Art History classes at Columbia University (New York). Her Final Paper tackled the following subject : "Humour as an emotion regulation strategy in stressfull circonstances".
Socially-committed, she recently entered Audencia Business School, where she is currently following a program specialized in cultural institutions management. At the end of it, her aim is to promote, strengthen and develop partnerships between hospitals and cultural institutions.
Placing drawing at the core of her practice, she also uses other media such as ceramics or wood carving; always producing meticulously crafted realizations which result from extremely laborious processes in which investment, attention and care are of great importance.
"L'avenir de l'histoire de l'art est dans votre téléphone",
by Louis Auzière, Barnebys.fr
"Enfances plastiques", by Eva Prouteau, in "303 arts, recherches, création", n°145, Comtemporary Arts colum, p 76-81
"Lignes dissonantes : Aurélie Poux", in Mon Oeil, Season 2, ep. 8
"Aurélie Poux, la douleur en douceur", by Marion Mayer
"ÉCOUTEZ VOIR"(Talk, 10.10.2016)
"Le portrait conjugué, Galerie Mondapart" on Newsarttoday.tv
"Wayfinding : The Bridget Riley Art Foundation and Central Saint Martins at the British Museum" by Sarah Jaffray,
in the British Museum blog