After studying at the Beaux-Arts, then in the mural art studio of the École des Métiers d’Art de Paris (ENSAAMA), Martine Lafont began her career by creating monumental frescos for theatre and public architecture. She then turned to scenography, exhibitions, events and visual communication. After a childhood spent in France, I lived a few years in Iran and then in Argentina, bathed in new influences for me. I have kept the fervent taste of the unknown and diversity, always present in my inspiration, I draw simple and raw emotions, always "off topic". The purpose of my paintings is to leave the lives of women and men outside the frame, to preserve their intimacy, and never to stage them. The elusive is found in my current research when I look out the window of a train being swept away by speed. Of course, the subject does not have time here to take a break and the easel becomes useless: 320 km/hour is the space-time I need to seize the chances of these improbable arrangements that you will never see again."
1972 - 1974: Lyon School of Fine Arts.
1974 - 1977: École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art ENSAAMA (section Mural Art).
2015 : Paris artists: "Beds" Town hall of the 9th arrondissement and Lycée Jacques Decour -Paris
2014: Gallery Œil du huit Paris - Paris artists @: "glimpses" Town hall of the 9th arrondissement and Espace Amelot - Paris
2013: Foyer de la Madeleine Paris: "aperçus" - Village des arts - Le Vésinet - Les Hivernales : Palais des Congrès de Montreuil
2010: Open house 75010 Paris
2001: Musée de la Marine - Paris
2000 - "Beds" - rue de la Boétie Paris - Hôtel de Villaines - La Châtre
1999: Salon des Artistes Indépendants - Salon des Artistes Français
1997: "Water inside, water outside": Popincourt gallery Bastille Paris
1995: "Liquid Sun" - Guadeloupe 1978 - Studies on the Bocca de Buenos Aires