Anne Laure Sacriste was born in 1970 in Paris, where she lives and works. She graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 1996 and the École Duperré, Paris, in 1989.
Recently, her work has been exhibited at Box, Marseille (2021), and Chapelle des Carmélites, Toulouse (2020). In 2019, she was awarded the Grand Prix de la Cité internationale de la tapisserie Aubusson. In 2018, she created a black lacquered cave for the Toguna space at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, a few months after making work on the grotte of the Creux de l’enfer in Thiers.
Her works can be found in the public collections of the Cnap, the Frac Alsace, the Frac Normandie Rouen and the Musée d’art moderne et contemporain de Saint-Étienne Métropole.
Anne Laure Sacriste is represented by Vera Munro Gallery, Hamburg.