Clara Claus is a French multimedia artist based in Brooklyn. She studied interior design at Duperré in Paris and holds a BFA from the Cooper Union. Claus’ varied practices include drawing, painting, installation, video, and collaboration with musicians and other disciplines through the composition of graphic scores.

Through her multimedia practice she explores different aspects of the real, and their distorted forms such as memory, sentiment and imagination. She uses each medium as an expression of a refracted particle of the real, with the intention to reveal what is sometimes less obvious and tangible, or even invisible, and construct narratives through perception.

Clara Claus presented her work around the world in cities like Paris (France), New York (USA), or Kolkata (India) in the form of solo exhibitions and performances. She collaborated with numerous esteemed  musicians such as Bryce Dessner (The National), Sufjan Stevens or Joakim, and filmmakers such as Margarita Jimeno or Derrick Belcham.



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PERFORMANCE: January 25th, 2019


At La Machine du Moulin Rouge (Paris - FR)

Curated by Laure Vergne

For the occasion of their nine years anniversary party

90 Boulevard de Clichy - 75018 Paris


PERFORMANCE: February 7th - 10th, 2019


At Salon ACME (Mexico city)

As part of the Art Fair Week in Mexico city

General Prim 30 y 32 - Colonia Juárez, CDMX


EXHIBITION: April 2018

drawing from the Series HEARTBEAT as part of THE WING group show

At The Wing (Washington DC - USA)

curated by Lolita Cros

For the occasion of the opening of The Wing's new space in Washington DC in April

1056 Thomas Jefferson St - Washington DC


EXHIBITION: April 26th - Spring 2019

fragments piece as part of the Spring Exhibition

At Neuehouse (New York - USA)

curated by Ella Marder

Opening reception April 26th from 6:30 to 9:30pm

110 east 25th street - New York