Pauline Klein was born in 1976 in Paris.
She studied philosophy and aesthetics at La Sorbonne, before attending St Martin’s School in London.
She started to work in contemporary art, first at Anthony d’Offay in London, then in New York in a gallery that specializes in Andy Warhol’s work.
In 2001, she came back to France where she worked at La Galerie du Jour with Agnès B, also with Sonia Rykiel with whom she developed the cultural projects of the house, then as an art director at Maison Martin Margiela.
Her first novel: “Alice Kahn” was published by Allia in 2010 and received the Prix Fénéon and Murat, “a French novel for Italy ». In 2012, “Fermer l’oeil de la nuit” is published by Allia Publishing House.
In, February 2017 she published her third novel, “Les Souhaits Ridicules ».