Anne-Charlotte Finel was born in Paris in 1986 and graduated from the Beaux-Arts of Paris with honors in 2010. 

She seeks to create “images moving away from a reality which would be too raw, too de ned”, slow, almost dreamlike images, similar to an abstract motif.

In 2023, her work was shown in a number of solo exhibitions in France : at Bel Ordinaire (Billère, FR), CAP Saint-Fons (FR), Galerie Jousse Entreprise (Paris, FR) and at the fortress of Salses as part of the Mondes Nouveaux programme (FR). And previously at Casa Conti – Ange Leccia (2022/2021, Oletta, Corsica), Bilstart (2022, Istanbul), Instants Chavirés (2021, Montreuil), Musée Bourdelle (2020, Paris), FRAC MÉCA (2020, Bordeaux), The Chimney (2020, New York), Centre d’art Le Lait (2019, Albi), Galerie Jousse Entreprise (2018, Paris), Ateliers Vortex (2018, Dijon), Galerie Edouard Manet (2017, Gennevilliers) and in five Russian cities in partnership with the Institut français de Saint-Petersburg.
In March 2023, she will take up a residency on the island of Ouessant as part of Finis terrae – Centre d’art insulaire. In 2022, Anne-Charlotte Finel was laureate of the LVMH – Métiers d’Art residency, which was presented at the Paris Photo fair that same year. In 2016, the artist received the Hauts-de-Seine Departmental Council Prize, awarded at the Salon de Montrouge in 2016, and in 2015 the François Sommer Foundation Video Prize.

Her work has been shown in group exhibitions at the Louvre Lens, the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris, the Musée du Quai Branly, the Palais de Tokyo, the MAC VAL and the Synagogue de Delme in France, as well as internationally (Mexico, Australia, Hong Kong, Italy, Germany, Japan and the United States).

Her videos have integrated many private and public collections, including the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris, the CAPC Bordeaux, the MRAC, the FMAC, the CNAP and the MAC VAL.