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Béatrice Andrieux

Born 1968, Paris, France. Lives and works in Colombes, France. Béatrice Andrieux is an independent art curator specialised in photography and contemporary art.

She served as art director for Photo Basel in 2016 and directed the 2015 Alt+1000 festival in Switzerland. She worked with Paris Photo, Grand Palais and Los Angeles, from 2011-2014. She’s overseen group shows such as Silent Significancein 2011 with the artists Anne Lise Broyer, Claudia Angelmaier and Charwai Tsai; and Waterlandin 2009 with Massimo Vitali, Aram Dervent, and Katrien Vermeire. She is also co-author of the work Lucien Hervé/Le Corbusier: Contact(Seuil, 2011), and has organised exhibitions for Georges-Tony Stoll, Seydou Keïta, Paul Seawright, Martin Parr and Vincent Gallo.

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Lucien Hervé - Currently showing
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