Biography

Alice Pallot is a French photographer who lives and works in Brussels. Her work questions the link between humans and the ever-changing natural environment, as well as the ambiguity of the relationship we have with our surroundings. From exploitation to protection, appropriation and adaptation, she is looking at new perspectives. She raises questions which are intrinsically related to issues of our time. Her researches, experimentations and photographs witness a new era over time.

Alice Pallot graduated with honors from the photography section of ENSAV La Cambre (BA and MA) In July 2018 and participated in the Erasmus program at Ecal in Switzerland.

In the same year, she won the Roger de Conynck prize for her series L’Ile Himero, also exhibited at The Voies Off Festival in the context of Les Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles.

In 2019, Alice Pallot self-edited a book untitled Land which was included in Belgian Photobook at the Fotomuseum in Antwerp, Le Bal in Paris and at the Wiels Art Book Fair in Brussels.

Her photographic series Oasis conceptualized and produced with Simon de Dreuille and Elena Seegers from Botanical Agency, was included in the 4th edition of the PhotoBrussels Festival 2019 at Hangar Art Center. This work was also shown in collaboration with the Satellite Gallery at En Piste ! in Liège and in Dans quel monde rêvons nous ? curated by the collectif Xeno at Bozar in Brussels.

Alice Pallot’s work was included in several places in Brussels, such as Le Botanique, Gallery Été 78, Vertigo Gallery, La Réserve and La Vallée. She also exhibited in France; in Paris, at N’Oblige Gallery and in Dieppe at the Diep-Haven Festival.

In 2020, she presents with the Gallery Satellite a new display of L’Île Himero – accompanied with a book edited by Page Works – at the Biennale de L’Image Possible in Liège.

Laureate of the PhotoBrussels Festival 05, Alice Pallot will present a new display of Sullius , at Hangar Art Center (november 2020). A new auto-edited book featuring the series has been released by Page Works on this occasion.