10 February 2016
Aurélie Sorriaux
Studio Manager for Adam Jeppesen
Aurélie Sorriaux born in 1994 is a visual artist from France. She is currently based in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. After a Bachelor of Photography in France, she studied the Fine Arts for a year before graduating from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie with a Bachelor of Arts in Photography.
Her photographs are visual explorations through memory, experience and the complex state of existence. She examines the delineation of the family’s heritage across generations and how this history culminates in ourselves. She explores the link with the geology, studying the visible traces of time left upon the earth’s surface.
She exhibited In Search of my Curls at the Foam Museum in Amsterdam in 2020.
Aurélie Sorriaux is a laureate of the GUP New Talents 2021 & FreshEyes Talent 2021.

2021 – AiR Exhibition, De Bouwput, NL
2020 – Gerrit Rietveld Academie – The Graduation Show, Foam Museum, NL
2020 – Graduation Show, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, NL
2018 – Festival Locomotion, Gallery My Monkey, FR
2018 – Mission Nose out, Collective, Beautiful Distress Huis, NL
2018 – Cringe – The Anticipation of Touch, Collective, Stedelijk Museum, NL
2016 – Les 400 vues, Collective, Paris, FR
2015 – Interstice, Collective, FR
2021 – Fresh Eyes 2021
2021 – L’Oeil de la Photographie, April 2021
2021 – Gup New Talent – Portfolio
2021 – Artist Spotlight – Artsted
2021 – Al-Tiba9 Issue07, Art Magazine, Limited Edition
2020 – GUP New Talents 2021
GUP New Talents 2021
Preus Museum library, NO – Map & Panorama, Diary of 5 days in Minsk; “Yes, I am palimpsest too”; Blow UP I & II
2021 – AiR AGALAB, Amsterdam, NL
2015 – Les 400 vues, Paris, FR
2020-2021 – Studio Manager for Adam Jeppesen
2020-2021 – Studio Assistant of Alinka Echeverría
2019 – Assistant for Adam Jeppesen during the exhibition The Great Filter at BRANDTS Museum, Odense, DK
2019 – Studio Assistant of Alinka Echeverría
2016 – with Vincent Marcilhacy, Sophie Boidin
2015 – with Ola Rindal, William Ropp, Michel Mazzoni, Anne Immelé