Camille MARTIN

Camille Martin is completing a Master’s Degree in the History of Medieval and Contemporary Art at l’université Paris-Nanterre, supervised by Panayota Volti. He is particularly interested in the reception of medieval and neo-medieval art in nineteenth-century Europe, and devoted his Master’s thesis to the study of sacred Neo-Byzantine decoration through the work and influence of Ludwig Thiersch. He completed a number of internships at the Musée du Louvre, and had the opportunity during his university studies to take part in associative life through an AFEV assignment as a guide at the National Archeology Museum of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, and later as a volunteer at the Observatory for Religious Heritage. In 2019 he helped create an exhibition at l’université de Cergy-Pontoise commemorating the First World War.