Delphine Dénéréaz, visual artist, was born in 1989 in the South-East of France. She lives and works in Marseille. She graduated from a master’s degree in textile design in 2013 at La Cambre, Brussels. Delphine Denereaz works with recycled textiles using the traditional medieval technique of «tapis de lirette», allowing recycling and reuse.
In 2019, she participated in the Nesxt Independent Art Fair in Turin. The same year, she is a finalist of the artcrafts prize imagined by the Maison de l’artisanat in Marseille. In 2020, Delphine Dénéréaz exhibited «Cycle long» at ASKIP in Nantes. Selected by the Villa Noailles as artist of the year 2022, she exhibited «Vue sur Cour» at the Ancien évèché in Toulon (among other invitations from the Villa Noailles throughout the year). Then, she presents «Monstrera» with her collectif at the Hangar de la Belle de Mai in Marseille. In 2022, she was invited by La Traverse in Marseille for the group exhibition «Kharakter» curated by Fabien Vallos. She exhibited again «Monstrera» at La Vallée and then «Nabi» at the gallery La Peau de l’Ours in Brussels. Then the Slika gallery invites her for a residency, which will lead to a solo exhibition in Lyon : „un lieu à soi“. Oof Gallery invites her for a solo exhibition in London. She exhibited «À l’abandon» a solo show at the Consulat Voltaire in Paris curated by Anne Bourassé. In Saint-Paul-de-Vence, invited by La Vague, she exhibits «Rocamboles» Curated by Claire Migraine. She takes part in the Lux Art Week in Luxembourg. In 2022, she is the laureate of the artistic residency programme Passages organised by Versant Sud in collaboration with the African Artist’s Foundation in Lagos. In 2023, she made an artwork for the culture of ministery of Saudi and had a big solo show at Collection Lambert in Avignon. In 2024 she will aprtipate at the the triennal la Contemporaine in Nimes curated by Anna Labouze and Keimis Hennis and she will make a residency and an artworks in vent des Forêts.