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Camille Morin is a Paris based art director specialized in creative and cultural industries.She graduated from Esag Penninghen in 2008. In 2007 and 2008, she participated in Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center Summer Program. This initiatory experience allowed her to meet artists that would greatly influence her (Marina Abramovic, Lucinda Childs...).
She started her professional life working as a freelance graphic designer for various performing arts companies and became a communication and production manager for the dance company Cie Hervé-Gil in 2009. She would also collaborate with art galleries, amongst others dorothy’s gallery / American Center for the Arts for which she also worked as gallery manager and developed a cycle of lectures and performances.
In 2011 she joined the Cie Or Not To Be to create and direct a multimedia play entitled « Un Jour, St-Tropez ». This project led her to collaborate with the City of Saint-Tropez where she created and coordinated the event "de Mono... Ã Kini".
In 2013 she started working at Galerie Christophe Gaillard and held many different hats — as is often the case in very small teams : from communication to exhibition production, from artist liaison to networking with the public and collectors, at the gallery and on art fairs. The gallery moved to its new location in October 2015 and Camille became a partner.
In 2019, she left Galerie Christophe Gaillard to start her own company : The Wall Projects, that aims to support and accompany visual artists and art organizations offering a variety of services from art production to art development and publishing.