Chloé Kelly Miller
Born in Rouen in 1995, Chloé Kelly Miller lives and works in Paris. Her practice began in 2018, when she began studying psychology.
Through her work, Chloé Kelly Miller questions the human being in general, its place, its impulses, good or bad, its instincts. Photographs, acrylics, graffiti, inks, oil pastels and drawings make up the different facets of her work. Her work is rooted in often automatic mechanisms that encourage the liberation and exploration of the unconscious.
Attentive to the personal trajectories of artists such as Dali, Basquiat, Keith Haring, Patti Smith and Mapplethorpe, Chloé Kelly Miller revisits an artistic pantheon whose technique she overworks and whose legacy she constantly reinterprets. Neo-expressionism is one of the most enriching artistic currents for the artist. Their archaism challenges and questions the most primal, the most profound. It is in the wake of these artists that Chloé Kelly Miller in turn attempts to capture the elusive, an obscure and nebulous reality, a truth of her own and personal.