Caroline Mardok, French American Artist, born in France. (1970)
Works and lives in Brooklyn, New York for 21 years.
Award winning fine art and documentary and photographer.
Her work has appeared in magazines and international record labels.


  • 15th Margaret Cameron Pollux awards - 2020                                               Best Street Photographer
  • 15th Margaret Cameron Pollux awards - 2020                                                Honorable mention - Fine Art Portraiture
  •  Lensscratch - 2020 - Favorite photo
  •  Life Framer -  2021 - Best Night Life Photographer - Honorable mention

Public Art

In Honor of Black Lives Matter 
 8 pieces photo sculptures of portals and sculptures with application of photo montages, from the protests images of the Black Lives Matter movement 2020.   Created with reclaimed plywood from New York boarded up stores. Displayed in Edgar Allan Poe Park in the Bronx - May to October 2021

  • Not Tired Yet - Bronx River Art Center- New York - 2021
  • Flag project - Aperture- Rockefeller center - 2021
  • We are still here - Gowanus Art - Brooklyn - 2021
  • ICP concerned- International Center of Photography- New York - 2020
  • Exhibition Soul Food - Arles Photo Festival Workshop - 2018
  • Children Portrait- Acte 2 Gallery Paris- Group exhibition - 2004
  • Faces- portraits - Knitting Factory New York -2000 
  • Gaze on Guadeloupe- residency and exhibition -International film festival -         Guadeloupe- 2000


  • In honor of Black Lives Matter - collective exhibition representing more than 100 photographers covering BLM in NY - Bronx River Art Center- 2021


  • Teen project workshops at Bronx River Art center on public art and photography and activism


It is what it is

In honor of Black Lives Matter


Caroline Mardok

Caroline Mardok is a French American Artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work is primarily focused on portraiture and reportage.
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