Clara Lang-Ezekiel is a Franco-American visual artist born and raised in Toulouse, France. In 2019 she earned her MFA from Kingston School of Art in London, having previously completed an MFA at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland, and a BA in both Studio Art and History from Denison University in Ohio. She is primarily a screen printer but uses a variety of other media in her work including drawing, bookmaking, printmaking, installation, collaging, and digital art.
She has curated and exhibited work in the United-States, the Netherlands, Scotland, England, and France. Her portrait of Josephine Baker was exhibited in the residence of the American ambassador for the gala honouring Baker’s entry into the Pathéon. She has curated several shows, the most recent of which were Let’s Talk About SEXism, Paris au Pluriel, and Fais-moi Rêver, in Paris. The next show her work will be featured in is Itinérances which she is also curating.
My social media is www.claralang-ezekiel.com