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  • Dorothée Dupuis - curator

    (1980, Paris)
    • [Bio] Dorothée Dupuis

      curator and editor. Her practice focuses mainly on the intersection of the arts and politics, influenced by feminist, Marxist and postcolonial theories. Dupuis is Terremoto.mx magazine founder, based in Mexico City, where she currently works as director and editor. She is also co-director of the feminist magazine Petunia with Lili Reynaud Dewar and Valérie Chartrain.

      Dupuis holds a MFA of HEAR (Superior School of Arts of Rhin) in Strasbourg (2005).
      She worked for Philippe Parreno in 2005, mostly in Zidane: A 21st Century Portait film. She was curator assistant at Georges Pompidou Center between 2005 and 2007, working with Christine Macel in the exhibitions Dionysiac  and Airs de Paris [5] [6]. In 2006 in Paris, she co-founded Le Commissariat, being active member since 2010. She was Triangle France director, a non-profit exhibition and a residence program in Marseille, France, from 2007 to 2012.

      Among her recent exhibitions we can find: Cada vez que encuentro la muerte pienso en ti: Emmanuelle Lainé, IFAL, Mexico City, 2015; Cronotopo: Mariana Castillo Deball, cocurated with Oliver Martínez-Kandt, MRAC Sérignan, 2015; Moucharabieh, co-curated with Céline Kopp and Sandra Patron, Triangle France, Marseille, 2015; Libre circulation de capitaux symboliques, Galerie Loevenbruck, Paris, 2014; Act so there is no use of a center: (de)centering contemporary art in the digital age, panel discussion, Fahrenheit, Los Angeles, 2014; Yesterday: Renaud Jerez, Lodos, Mexico City, 2014; La Start-Up, Les Ateliers des Arques, Lot, 2014; 3⁄4 Lifestyle, 150% Volume, Treize, Paris, 2014. Dupuis writings have been published in several catalogues and art publications and she is usual collaborator in Flash Art (Milán), Spike Art Daily (Wien) and Crash Magazine (París).

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