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Fanny Allié was born in Montpellier, South of France. She graduated from the Ecole Nationale
Supérieure de la Photographie (The National School of Photography) in Arles, France in 2005 and moved to New York City shortly after graduating.
Princeton University, Equity Gallery, DOT Art, A.I.R Gallery, New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, Fresh Window, Chashama and St Eustache Church (Paris, France) have organized solo exhibitions and/or solo public installations of her work. Owen James Gallery, NYU/Gallatin Gallery, Dorsky Gallery, Freight + Volume, Field Projects, BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Dekalb Gallery/Pratt Institute and The Bronx Museum among others have featured her work in group exhibitions.
Fanny is the recipient of various fellowships and residencies including AIM (Bronx Museum), BRIC Arts | Media, Emergency Grant (Foundation for Contemporary Arts), A.I.R. Fellowship Program, Robert Blackburn Printmaking SIP Fellowship, Yaddo Residency, Dieudonné Workspace Residency, NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship (Craft/Sculpture).
Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Artnews, NY Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine,
Hyperallergic, Le Monde Diplomatique, Blouin Art Info, DNA Info, Marie Claire Italy among others.
For Hyatt Centric in Philadelphia (2020), Fanny created 22 large-scale textile panels that are permanently installed throughout the 11 floors of the hotel.
In 2021, Fanny was granted a MacDowell Fellowship.
Fanny Allié lives in Brooklyn.