Chris Cyrille-Isaac is a poet, art critic and independent exhibition storyteller. He graduated in Philosophy and Art Theory at Paris 8 University and worked for several French magazines. Chris Cyrille-Isaac is a member of AICA (International Association of Art Critics), and has received the Dauphine Prize for Contemporary Art in 2017; the Young Curator Prize of the 69th edition of Jeune Création; and the AICA France Prize in 2020. He was the curator of the exhibition « – Mais le monde est une mangrovité » (2021, Galerie Jeune Création), of which he is co-directing the catalogue (Rotolux, 2022). He is currently resident at the Ateliers Médicis. As a theorist and poet, he is interested in Caribbean philosophies and aesthetics.