is a French illustrator. She works across painting, drawing, pattern design, textiles, photography and publishing. She derives inspirations from her daily life and experience, but also from the cultural heritages of the past, such as folklore art. Her artworks are often semi-autobiographical and related to feelings. Until June 2010, she studied at the Fine Arts School “Haute école des arts du Rhin” (Le Quai) in Alsace, France. After a year in Zürich, Switzerland, she settled in Berlin, Germany in summer 2011. Of French nationality Johanna is from French, Caribbean, Algerian and Jewish descent. Above fine arts & textiles Johanna has a strong interest for literature, cinema, languages, ethnology, colonial and post-colonial history and loves to travel. She speaks English, French and German, has an intermediate level in Japanese, and a beginner one in Arabic.
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