Karima Boudou (Ganges, France, 1987) lives and works in Rotterdam. She is an art historian and curator who studied Art History at Université Paul Valéry in Montpellier and Université Rennes 2, as well as Philosophy at Université Paris Nanterre.
She participated in the Curatorial Training Programme at De Appel, Amsterdam, in 2012/13, and is a member of IKT International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art. Since 2013, she conducted research projects, exhibitions and publications in Morocco and Europe.
She lectured about writers such as Jean Genet and Mohamed Leftah in the Moroccan context, and about artists such as Danh Vo, Dave McKenzie, Mohssin Harraki and David Hammons.
Her texts appear in catalogues (Mu.ZEE, Ostend, BE; Le Cube, Rabat, MA) and in magazines (Ibraaz, rekto:verso, Mousse, Africanah).