Annabelle d'Huart (Paris, 1952) deals with photography, drawing, sculpture, jewelry. After studying at the Camondo school in Paris, she lived in New York, where she portrayed great American artists (Robert Ryman, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd , etc.), which she then exhibited in 2003 during an exposure at the Paula Cooper gallery. Later, she worked for a decade at Ricardo Bofill's Taller de Arquitectura, including installations such as Songes d'Or or L'Origine rêvée, a collection of 23 terracottas, deriving from the same matrix: seriality is in fact a constant of his work. Then there was also a fascination for the marine universe in 1996, when she designed the Atlantis table service at Sèvres; the collaboration with Sèvres continued in 2006 with Hommage à Ruhlmann, a tribute to the designer Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann (Paris, 1879–1933). From 2007 to 2010 she permanently held an atelier at the Manufacture in order to dedicate herself entirely to the creation of a collection of 300 porcelain bijoux-sculptures by Sèvres. However, her professional excursus includes jewelry projects also for Karl Lagerfeld / Chanel (2000) and for Yohji Yamamoto (2007). In 2006 the Manufacture de la Savonnerie entrusted her with the creation of a carpet, Hauts Fonds. She is currently creating a series of seven large format canvases inspired by the reading of the work of the Chinese painter Shitao.