Neil Beloufa

Neïl Beloufa is a Franco-Algerian artist living and working in Paris, recognized for his video installations. He studied at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts and at the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia (United States), Cooper Union (New York) and Fresnoy - National Studio of Contemporary Arts, Tourcoing (France). He created a self-managed art space in Villejuif.
He has received many nominations including the Meurice Prize for Contemporary Art (2013), the Marcel Duchamp Prize (2015) and the Nam June Paik Award (2016). His work is also the subject of several solo exhibitions in France - at the Palais de Tokyo in 2012 and 2018 - and internationally, including K11 (Shanghai, 2016), MoMA (New York, 2016), Schinkel Pavillon (Berlin, 2015), ICA (London, 2014), Hammer Museum (Los Angeles, 2013). Neïl Beloufa took part in the Biennale of Contemporary Art in Shanghai (2014), in the 55th International Contemporary Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale as well as in the Lyon Biennale of Contemporary Art (2013).

His work is present in many prestigious collections including those of the Musée national d’art moderne - Centre Georges Pompidou and MoMA, as well as the Sammlung Goetz and the Julia Stoschek collection. Neïl Beloufa is currently represented by galleries Balice Hertling in Paris, Mendes Wood in New York and Sao Paulo, Galleria Zero in Milan and François Ghebaly in Los Angeles.

Neil Beloufa

Born in:1985
Lives and works in:Paris (France)