Born in 1993 in Paris, France
Lives and works in Paris, France 


Madeleine Roger-Lacan is a painter. She received her master degree from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris in 2019. She received a scholarship to study at the Slade School of  Fine arts in 2016. Her figurative painting plays with the materiality of the painting itself as an object. She uses the langage of assemblages and sculptural painting in order to bring the expressivity of the work further. Central themes of Madeleine’s work are narrative, fantasies, and imaginary scenes, as well as a dialogue with the popular culture that surrounds us.

Madeleine’s painting was showed in group-shows in Paris, London, Berlin and New-York: including Novembre à Vitry Painting Prize 2015, « Les Rendez-Vous de Février » curated by Jean-Michel Alberola in 2016, NGORONGORO group show in Berlin and the 25th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit & Auction, New-York in 2018. Her work is in the Modern Forms Collection in London. In 2019 her work will be shown at Galerie Jousse Mais pas du tout, c’est platement figuratif! Toi tu es spirituelle mon amour!, as well as the Salon de Montrouge and Marin Painting Prize in Paris.

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