Since 1981, numerous personal exhibitions have been devoted to her work, notably at the Centre d’Art de Gennevilliers, at the Théâtre de St Quentin en Yvelines, at the Bibliothèque du Carré d'Art in Nîmes, at the PAB Museum in Alès, the Strasbourg Municipal Library, the Gap Museum, the Stéphane Mallarmé Museum in Vulaines-sur-Seine and the Musée de Melun in the Paris region.
In 2012, the Musée de Saint Denis, associated with the Cayla Museum in Tarn, devoted a great exhibition to her work with the publication of a monograph, accompanied by texts by Bernard Noël published by IAC-Ceysson.
In 2013, personal exhibitions at the Ingres Museum in Montauban, the Rimbaud Museum in Charleville-Mezieres and the Musée de l'Ardenne, as well as the Center d'Art Contemporain d'Arcueil.
In 2014 the Forney library, the historical library of the city of Paris, presented her painted books, a set of paintings. In 2015 seven exhibition sites in Yvelines, where the national museum of Port-Royal des Champs collaborated to present different aspects of her work. On this occasion a new monograph was published by IAC-Ceysson.
In 2016 her work is exhibited at the Victor Hugo Museum in Paris and will be the subject of a personal exhibition at the Musée de Périgueux in 2017.
In 2018, the PAB Museum in Alès will exhibit her work and the Bibliothèque du Carré d'Art in Nîmes on the occasion of the acquisition of a collection of 130 manuscript-painted books, the Musée Paul Valéry de Séte will also organize a exhibition of her paintings and painted books.
Her work is represented by Gallery Hervé Courtaigne, Gallery Guttklein Fine Art and Gallery Lionelle Courbet in Paris, Gallery Artenostrum in Dieulefit, Gallery Samira Cambié in Montpellier, Gallery Adoue de Nabias in Nîmes and Gallery Monos in Liège, Belgium. The Artbiblio bookshop in Paris represents her painted books.
Anne Slacik was born in 1959 in Narbonne, France. She lives and works in Saint-Denis and in Provence.
Painting prize of the Fondation Fénéon in 1991.