Anne Brenner is a Paris-based artist.
Though educated in France, she was born in Canada, where she spent her early childhood. The experiences of the natural wide open spaces of Canada and the classical painting of European culture became profound influences in her art practice that reflects a realistic and poetic approach of ecological issues.
She graduated from the École des Beaux Arts in Paris and from Fine Arts University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne.
Brenner has exhibited in several venues including the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, City of Sciences and Art, La Villette, Paris and Royal Academy of Arts, London.
She has exhibited at The Center of Contemporary Art Meymac, France, 2019, at The Summer Exhibition 2019, Royal Academy, London and at Abbaye de l'Escaladieu, France in 2021.
Brenner did an artist residency at Rewilding Apennines, Italy, on the tracks of bears and wolves in the forest in 2021. She was putting infrared camera traps. Back in her studio, she does paintings inspired by her infrared images.