Camille Paulhan is an art historian, art critic and teacher at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Lyon. She is also the author of a doctoral thesis on the perishable in the art of the 1960s and 1970s. A member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA-France), she works as an art critic for various magazines in France (art press, 02, Hippocampe, Possible, Josefffine, Flush, Talweg, La belle revue, Marges) and Canada (Esse, Espace). She also writes regularly for monographs and exhibition catalogues (Charlotte Charbonnel, Julie Chaffort, Jean-Christophe Norman, Dieter Roth, Peter Hutchinson and others).
Her recent research interests include the art scene in Châteauroux, exhibition visitors’ books, dung balls, the post-emergence of women artists, transmission in art schools, mushrooms, excremental metaphors in chocolate works, irreproducibility, artists’ studios and buried or lost works.