Caroline de Lannoy is an artist based in London. She studied at the Slade School of Fine Art - University College London, Central Saint Martins - University of the Arts London and Athens School of Fine Arts.
She works across painting, drawing, text, sound, performance and video. She creates compositions that draw upon the spectrum of sensory perception and feelings, and highlight the conversation between the visible and the invisible.
Her work has been shown in the UK and internationally including The Collection Lincoln Museum, La Verrière - Fondation d’entreprise Hermès, The Gallery Grange House, Art In General, Tate Britain, Huddersfield Art Gallery, MASS MoCA, Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, Royal Academy, Gallery North, Arnolfini, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Whitworth Art Gallery, Sint-Lukas Galerij, Whitstable Biennale, The Mondriaan House, Kettle's Yard, South London Gallery.
She has completed private and public art commissions worldwide including Hoffmann-La Roche, Switzerland; St George’s Hospital, London; Lift Orchard Park, NHS Primary Health Care Centre, Hull; Huddersfield Library & Art Gallery, among others.