• Damien Airault

    Damien Airault

    Damien Airault is an independent curator and art critic.

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  • Christian Alandete

    Christian Alandete

    Christian Alandete is an independent curator and an art writer. He is the co-founder of the art and literature magazine  J’aime beaucoup ce que vous faites. Since 2008, he organizes the programme “Partitions Performances at the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard in Paris.

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  • Kathy Alliou

    Kathy Alliou

    After being an inspector for the visual arts, responsible for photography, for the Ministry of Culture, Kathy Alliou is in charge of the department of scientific and cultural development of the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Paris. Her writings are regularly published in magazines and catalogues.

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  • Jean-Philippe Antoine

    Jean-Philippe Antoine

    Philosopher, professor of aesthetics and art critic, Jean-Philippe Antoine teaches at the Université Paris 8. He defended his doctoral thesis on the art of memory and Italian painting in XIIIe and XIVe centuries at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris, and follows (today) his researches about the question of memory, image and place in a philosophical and anthropological perspective. He notably published at Les presses du réel La Traversée du XXe siècle: Joseph Beuys, l’image et le souvenir (2008) et Marcel Broodthaers. Moule, Muse, Méduse (2006). As an artist, he works with different media and makes sound performances.

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  • François Aubart

    François Aubart

    François Aubart is an independent art critic and curator. He co-founded  BAT editions, the magazine ⅄⎈ and <o>future<o>

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  • Daniele Balit

    Daniele Balit

    Daniele Balit is an independent curator and art historian. He is a founding member of the independent art venue 1:1 projects in Rome, and initiator of Birdcage, a travelling project space based on sonic activities. He is a doctor in art history at La Sorbonne-Paris I, where he prepared a thesis about the origins of acoustic experiments and their impact on exhibition contexts.

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  • Alain Berland

    Alain Berland

    Alain Berland was a member of the editorial board of the art magazine Particules between 2003 and 2010 and collaborated regularly to Mouvement. He is a member of the editorial board of Questions d’artistes related to the Collège des Bernardins (Paris) where he is in charge of the visual arts program since 2010.

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  • Paul Bernard

    Paul Bernard

    Paul Bernard is an art critic and a curator. Since 2013, he works as curator at the Musée d’art moderne et contemporain in Geneva.

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  • Axelle Blanc

    Axelle Blanc

    Axelle Blanc is an art historian and curator. Between 2011 and 2014, she was in charge of communication at Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry – le Crédac. Since 2014, she works at Galerie Kamel Mennour in Paris.


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  • Alexandre Castant

    Alexandre Castant

    As a doctor of aesthetics, Alexandre Castant teaches at the École nationale supérieure d’art de Bourges. As an essayist, he has, in particular, published Planètes sonores, radiophonie, arts, cinéma (Monografik, 2007 and 2010) and edited the collective volume ImagoDrome, des images mentales dans l’art contemporain (Monografik, 2010).


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  • Yann Chevallier

    Yann Chevallier

    Yann Chevallier is a curator. He is the director of the Confort Moderne in Poitiers since 2014.

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  • Manuel Cirauqui

    Manuel Cirauqui

    Manuel Cirauqui is an art writer and an independent curator.

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  • Guillaume Condello

    Guillaume Condello

    Senior teacher in philosophy, Guillaume Condello writes critical texts, as well as articles in poetry webzine Sitaudis. His poetic writings were published in Pon Nou, and in Palais and A Verse, as well as at Dernier Télégramme editions (Les Travaux et les Jours, 2012).

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  • Mathieu Copeland

    Mathieu Copeland

    Mathieu Copeland is an independent curator and editor based in London.

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  • Robert Crouch

    Robert Crouch

    Robert Crouch is a Los Angeles-based artist and curator. He is also a performer and composer. He worked for more than 5 years as the Associate Director/Curator at LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), and works currently at the Pasadena Arts Council as the Director of Artist Programs. He is also the co-founding Director of VOLUME, a curatorial project that functions as a catalyst for interdisciplinary new media work.

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  • Carlotta Darò

    Carlotta Darò

    Carlotta Darò is Doctor in art history and assistant teacher at the École nationale supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais. She is the author of Avant-gardes sonores en architecture (Les presses du réel, 2012).

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  • Thibaut de Ruyter

    Thibaut de Ruyter

    Based in Berlin, Thibaut de Ruyter is an architect and curator.

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  • Marianne Derrien

    Marianne Derrien

    Marianne Derrien is an independent curator and art critic. She was in charge of the exhibitions at the Villa Médicis in Roma.

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  • Vanessa Desclaux

    Vanessa Desclaux

    Vanessa Desclaux is an independent curator and an art critic. Teacher in art history at the École nationale supérieure de Dijon, her researches are based on artistic practices developed at the end of 1970s having complex relations between visual and language.

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  • Emma Dusong

    Emma Dusong

    Emma Dusong is an artist and a Doctor in Sciences of Art and Aesthetics. In 2011, she defended her thesis on singing in contemporary art at Paris 1Panthéon-Sorbonne.

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  • Jean-Marie Gallais

    Jean-Marie Gallais

    Jean-Marie Gallais is an independent art critic and exhibition curator. He is the co-director of Frog magazine and regularly publishes about contemporary art. Since 2014, he’s running the new Parisian space of the German gallery Max Hetzler.

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  • Bastien Gallet

    Bastien Gallet

    Bastien Gallet is the publisher of MF editions and a writer. He notably taught aesthetics and philosophy at the École nationale des beaux-arts de Lyon and coordinates since 2014 the platform of collaborative research of the École supérieure des beaux-arts Tours Angers Le Mans.

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  • Christophe Gallois

    Christophe Gallois

    Christophe Gallois works as curator/head of exhibitions at the Mudam Luxembourg. He is a regular contributor to various contemporary art magazines.

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  • Jill Gasparina

    Jill Gasparina

    Jill Gasparina is an art critic and curator. She teaches art theory at École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon and at Haute École d’art et de design in Geneva. Between 2009 and 20013, she co-ran the non-profit art space La Salle de bains, in Lyon. She’s working on a thesis about the mythologies of remote communication technologies in artistic modernity. Since 2015, she is in charge of visual arts at the Confort Moderne in Poitiers.

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  • Manon Gingold

    Manon Gingold

    Manon Gingold is an art critic and curator. She pursues her researches about synesthesia in contemporary art with a thesis.

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  • Caroline Hancock

    Caroline Hancock

    Caroline Hancock is an independent exhibition curator and writer. She regularly publishes texts about modern and contemporary art.

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  • Audrey Illouz

    Audrey Illouz

    Audrey Illouz is an art critic and an independent curator based in Paris.

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  • Rahma Khazam

    Rahma Khazam

    Rahma Khazam is a historian and art critic, specializing in the issue of sound in contemporary art.

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  • Daniel Kurjakovic

    Daniel Kurjakovic

    Daniel Kurjakovic is a curator and art historian. He is a co-founder of Memory/Cage Editions  (Zurich) and Fanar Projects (Beirut), a lecturer at the Zurich University of Fine Arts and in charge of the exhibitions and editions of the Burger Collection (Hong Kong).

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  • Franck Leibovici

    Franck Leibovici

    A Paris-based artist and poet, Franck Leibovici published portraits chinois and des documents poétiques (Editions Al Dante, 2007) and participated to many events, in France and abroad.

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  • Guillaume Leingre

    Guillaume Leingre

    Guillaume Leingre is an artist and art critic. In 2013, he created Bloom, a website which inventories and distributes old and contemporary editions devoted to art and photography.

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  • Christophe Lemaitre

    Christophe Lemaitre

    Christophe Lemaitre develops a personal work tackling strategies of image production and/or disappearance, as well as an independent curatorial practice with Super (duet with Elodie Henrion). He is also the co-editor of Postdocument  in collaboration with Aurélien Mole and Remi Parcollet.

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  • Magali Lesauvage

    Magali Lesauvage

    Magali Lesauvage is an art and dance critic. She is redactor in chief of the webzine  Exponaute

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  • Stéphane Malfettes

    Stéphane Malfettes

    Stéphane Malfettes is the director of the Auditorium of musée du Louvre in Paris and La Scène at Louvre-Lens. The author of several books and founder of lectures “Supertalk“, he writes articles about contemporary creation and is interested by its interactions with popular practices.

  • Antoine Marchand

    Antoine Marchand

    Antoine Marchand is an art critic and an independent curator. He is in charge of exhibitions and editions at Frac Champagne-Ardenne in Reims.

  • Hélène Meisel

    Hélène Meisel

    Hélène Meisel is an independent art critic and curator. In charge of researches at Centre Pompidou-Metz, she is working on a thesis about Romantic Conceptualism.

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  • Aurélien Mole

    Aurélien Mole

    Aurélien Mole is a Paris-based artist, curator and art critic. He is also exhibition photographer et co-founder of Posdocument magazine with Christophe Lemaitre and Remi Parcollet.

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  • Florence Ostende

    Florence Ostende

    Florence Ostende is a curator and art writer. Founding co-editor of the web magazine Catalogue, she is adjunct curator at Dallas Contemporary and teaches at the Haute École d’art et de design in Geneva.

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  • Camille Pageard

    Camille Pageard

    Camille Pageard is working on history and theory of contemporary edition. He contributed to different publications and was the co-publishing editor of 2.0.1 Revue de recherche sur l’art du XIXe au XXIe siècle. He also co-founded BAT editions, the magazine ⅄⎈ and <o>future<o>

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  • Remi Parcollet

    Remi Parcollet

    Remi Parcollet is an art historian and critic. His research concerns mainly the photography of exhibitions, topic of his Ph. D dissertation (2009, Paris IV Sorbonne). In 2010, he created, together with Christophe Lemaitre and Aurélien Mole, Postdocument, a magazine focused on exhibition photography. Since 2007, he is lecturing at the École du Louvre in Paris.

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  • Matthieu Poirier

    Matthieu Poirier

    Matthieu Poirier is a curator, an art critic and a teacher-researcher in the History of Contemporary Art at Université Paris IV-Sorbonne. His doctoral research is focused on perceptual abstraction and Op Art.

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  • Chantal Pontbriand

    Chantal Pontbriand

    Founder and editor from 1975 to 2007 of the contemporary art magazine PARACHUTE, Chantal Pontbriand curated many international events, exhibitions, festivals and symposiums. From 1982 to 2003, she ran the International New Dance Festival in Montreal. In 2010-2011, she was Head of Exhibition Research and Development at Tate Modern in London. Currently, she is Associate Professor at the Sorbonne-Paris IV in curatorial studies and manages PONTBRIAND W.O.R.K.S. [We_Others and Myself_Research_Knowledge_Systems], gathering together her different activities.

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  • Céline Prunneaux

    Céline Prunneaux

    Céline Prunneaux is an art historian and musicologist. Ph.D student at EHESS, she is working on the sound installation’s aesthetic. She participated to the thematic school CNRS “Soundspace” and is a member of Réseau Écologie Sonore.

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  • Vincent Romagny

    Vincent Romagny

    Vincent Romagny is an independent editor, art writer and curator.

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  • Sébastien Roux

    Sébastien Roux

    Born in 1977 and based in Paris, Sébastien Roux firstly was a guitarist in different rock bands before starting a career of composer increasing, in solo as well as in the frame of collaborations, gigs of acousmatic music, improvisation, audiovisual performances, composition for dance, radio pieces, cine-concerts and sound installations. At the same time, he works at the Ircam as an assistant of the composer Georges Aperghis. His work is edited by the labels Brocoli, Apestaartje, 12k, Carpark, Room40, N-REC, Optical Sound, Tiramizu and Tsuku Boshi.

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  • Maria Tancredi

    Maria Tancredi

    After her studies at the Accademia di belle arti in Roma and at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts of Lyon, Maria Tancredi pursues researches on the establishment of a model of the architectural space in the contemporary period.

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  • Elfi Turpin

    Elfi Turpin

    Elfi Turpin is an art critic and curator. Since 2012, she is the director of the Centre rhénan d’art contemporain – CRAC Alsace.

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  • Joël Vacheron

    Joël Vacheron

    Joël Vacheron is a London-based sociologist and freelance journalist. He regularly works on a variety of publishing projects to do with music, sound, photography and contemporary art. He is currently senior editor of the magazine Vibrations website.

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  • Mathilde Villeneuve

    Mathilde Villeneuve

    Mathilde Villeneuve is an art critic and curator. She was in charge with external relations and research of the École nationale supérieure d’arts of Paris-Cergy (ENSAPC) from 2007 to 2012. Since 2012, she is the co-director of the Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers.

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  • Émeline Vincent

    Émeline Vincent

    Émeline Vincent is an art critic and curator. She is in charge of Ygrec, the gallery of the École nationale supérieure d’art de Paris-Cergy.

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