Julien Creuzet creates amalgams of sculpture, installation and text that intertwine visual art and poetry. His work frequently addresses his French-Caribbean heritage and his own diasporic experience. Drawing from the tradition of poetic and philosophical reflections on creolization and migration, Creuzet’s work examines the impact of European modernity on the history of Martinique.

Julien Creuzet is a French-Caribbean visual artist and poet born in 1986.

Solo exhibitions of Creuzet’s work have taken place at: DOCUMENT in Chicago, Illinois (2020); High Art in Paris, France (2019); Palais De Tokyo in Paris, France (2019); Fondation d’Entreprise Pernod Ricard in Paris, France (2018); Bétonsalon in Paris, France (2018), Sketch Gallery in Bogotá, Columbia (2017); Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain Basse Normandie in Caen, France (2015); Galerie Doyang LEE in Paris, France (2013); and the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin, Italy (2012).

Creuzet lives and works in Paris, France.