Born in 1989, Elliot Dubail lived and worked in Paris. Shaped by a family background in which art took a naturally preponderant place, passionate about literature (Bataille, Cioran, Nietzsche, Schopenhauer …) and painting (Caravaggio, Delacroix, Bacon, Ronan Barrot …), he studied at the Ateliers de Sèvres, then the Villa Arson in Nice, meanwhile working as a registrar for several galleries. He made two visits to New York, one to work in the gallery of his uncle Miguel Abreu, and several journeys in the Middle East (Beirut, Jerusalem, Syria). After producing his first works in the garage of the family apartment, he took a studio in the Belleville neighbourhood of Paris in 2014 to dedicate himself exclusively to painting, then a new studio in Romainville in 2016 where, until 2018, he produced his most important paintings. He had his first exhibition at the Perpitch & Bringand gallery in 2017. Elliot Dubail died prematurely on in 2018.