Author & calligraphic installation

Born in Paris, Caroline Gaudriault is the author of a dozen literary and artistic books translated into English and Chinese. Long an independent journalist, she worked for a wide range of international magazines. Her grand reportages took her all over the world as she considered humanity in its relationship with Modernity.
For a number of years she has presented her texts in the form of artistic installations, often calligraphically, displayed in various museums around the world. She uses them to question writing and ideas in function of the methods used to present them. Thus, every museum represents a new literary mise-en-scène.


- Another Day on Earth, Paradox Publishing, collection in French and English.

- A Small Man in a Big World, Editions Paradox and Guangxi Normal University Press Group, 2014, with Francis Fukuyama

- The Trilogy of the Moderns :
Metamorphoses, Part I, Editions Paradox, 2012
Hypotheses, Part II, Editions Paradox, 2011
Wonderful World, Part III, Editions Biro, 2009

- The Photographer, Edition de la Martinière and Abrams, 2008, by Caroline Gaudriault and Gérard Rancinan

- Urban Jungle, Edition de la Martinière, 2000, by Gérard Rancinan, with a preface by Caroline Gaudriault