Dorothée Dupuis

Dorothée Dupuis (born 1980, Paris) is a contemporary art curator, art critic and publisher. Her practice focuses mostly on the intersection of arts and politics, and is informed by feminist, Marxist and postcolonial theories.[1] Dupuis is the founder of the magazine Terremoto.mx, based in Mexico City, where she currently works as director and chief-editor.[2][3] She is also co-director of feminist magazine Petunia with Lili Reynaud Dewar and Valérie Chartrain.

Dorothée Dupuis
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Born1980
NationalityFrench
OccupationArt Critic, Curator, Publisher
OrganizationWorked for: Centre Pompidou (2006-2007), Venice Biennial (2007), Triangle France (2007-2012), Revue Petunia (2010-now), Terremoto Magazine (2013-Now)

BackgroundEdit

Dupuis holds a MFA from the HEAR (Haute école des arts du Rhin) in Strasbourg (2005). She worked for Philippe Parreno in 2005, notably on the movie Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait. She was assistant curator at the Centre Georges Pompidou from 2005 to 2007, working with Christine Macel on the exhibitions Dionysiac and Airs de Paris.[4][5] In Paris in 2006 she cofounded the artist-run space Le Commissariat, of which she was an active member until 2010. She was director of Triangle France, a non-profit exhibition and residency program in Marseille, France, from 2007 to 2012.

Dupuis’s writings have been published in numerous art catalogues and publications and she is a regular contributor of Flash Art (Milan), Spike Art Daily (Vienna) and Crash Magazine (Paris).

Exhibitions and projectsEdit

  • Cada vez que encuentro la muerte pienso en ti : Emmanuelle Lainé, IFAL, Mexico City, 2015.[6]
  • Cronotopo : Mariana Castillo Deball, cocurated with Oliver Martínez-Kandt, MRAC Sérignan, 2015.[7]
  • Moucharabieh, co-curated with Céline Kopp and Sandra Patron, Triangle France, Marseille, 2015.[8]
  • Libre circulation de capitaux symboliques, Galerie Loevenbruck, Paris, 2014.[9]
  • Act so there is no use of a center: (de)centering contemporary art in the digital age, panel discussion, Fahrenheit, Los Angeles, 2014.[10]
  • Yesterday : Renaud Jerez, Lodos, Mexico City, 2014.[11]
  • La Start-Up, Les Ateliers des Arques, Lot, 2014.[12][13]
  • 34 Lifestyle, 150% Volume, Treize, Paris, 2014.[14]
  • Tropicalize Me! Part 2 : Matthieu Laurette, Parallel, Oaxaca, 2014.
  • 20 million Mexicans can’t be wrong, panel discussion, Material Art Fair, Mexico City, 2014.[15]
  • Momentum...Maybe the time has come to live our corporality rather than speak our sexuality, cocurated with Petunia, PSM Gallery, Berlin, 2014.[16]
  • Le Hall : Daniel Dewar et Gregory Gicquel, Prix Marcel Duchamp 2012, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 2013.[17]
  • Interior 301, Galerie Alain Gutharc, Paris, dans le cadre de Nouvelles Vagues au Palais de Tokyo, 2013.[18]
  • Pro-choice, cocurated with Petunia, Fri-Art, Fribourg, 2013.[19]
  • Les Possédés, Triangle France, Marseille, 2012.[20]
  • K. Acker: The Office / Rulin 'n' freaking, cocurated with Géraldine Gourbe, Triangle France, Marseille, 2011.[21]
  • Si vous recevez ceci vous serez couverts de gloire : Kara Uzelman, cocurated with Damien Airault, Le Commissariat, Paris, 2010.[22]
  • It's like a jungle sometimes, it makes me wonder how I keep from going under (bis): cocurated with Matthieu Clainchard, Triangle France, Marseille, 2010.[23]
  • Luke Dowd et Yann Gerstberger, cocurated with Damien Airault, Le Commissariat, Paris, 2009.[24]
  • Les Formes Féminines, Triangle France, Marseille, 2009.[25]
  • Personne ici n'est innocent : Kjersti Andvig, Triangle France, Marseille, 2008.[26]
  • You can’t fire me because I quit : Guillaume Alimoussa, Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris, 2007.
  • The Syndrome of Broadway, cocurated with Le Commissariat, Parc Saint Léger, Pougues-les- Eaux, 2007.[27]
  • Inaccessibility and Hierarchical Connectors : Lucas Lenglet, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2007.[28]
  • Uni-super-blockhaus-total-parpaing, OEEN Group, Copenhagen, 2007.
  • We are the Robots, Galerie Léo Scheer, Paris, 2007.[29]
  • Entre Chienne et Louve : Kjersti Andvig, Lars Laumann, Le Commissariat, Paris, 2006.
  • Sans Conservateurs : Michel Blazy, Nicolas Boulard, Wolf Von Kries, Le Commissariat, Paris, 2006.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "50 minutes Le RDV 28/05/13 avec Lorna Simpson, Dorothée Dupuis et la session d'Omo Bello". france culture. May 28, 2013.
  2. ^ Sánchez, Sandra (December 15, 2015). "Sitio de internet 'Terremoto' llega al papel". Excelsior.
  3. ^ "Terremoto magazine".
  4. ^ "L'Évènement Airs de Paris". Le Centre Pompidou.
  5. ^ "L'Évènement Dionysiac". Le Centre Pompidou.
  6. ^ "Cada vez que me encuentro con la muerte pienso en ti". IFAL Instituto Francés de América Latina. October 17, 2015. Archived from the original on July 14, 2016. Retrieved January 6, 2016.
  7. ^ "Mariana Castillo Deball: Cronotopo". Musée régional d’art contemporain Languedoc-Roussillon. June 2015.
  8. ^ "Moucharabieh Exposition collective, programme de performances et d'événements". Triangle France. February 2015.
  9. ^ "Milena Muzquiz, G.T. Pellizzi: Libre circulation de capitaux symboliques (After Aléna)". Paris Art. October 23, 2014. Archived from the original on March 5, 2016. Retrieved January 6, 2016.
  10. ^ "Act so there is no use of a center : (de)centering contemporary art in the digital age, panel discussion, Fahrenheit, Los Angeles".
  11. ^ "Renaud Jerez Curated by Dorothée Dupuis". Lodos Gallery. Archived from the original on 2017-03-03. Retrieved 2016-01-06.
  12. ^ "The Startup".
  13. ^ "LA Start-Up: A Reader. Dorothee Dupuis (Ed.). Lulu Press". Motto Distribution.
  14. ^ "3/4 Lifestyle, 150% Volume". Treize. Chez-Treize.
  15. ^ "2014 Public Program. 20 Million Mexicans Can't Be Wrong". Material Art Fair. Archived from the original on 2015-12-15. Retrieved 2016-01-06.
  16. ^ "Momentum...Maybe the time has come to live our corporality rather than speak our sexuality, cocurated with Petunia". PSM Gallery.
  17. ^ "Daniel Dewar et Grégory Gicquel". Le Centre Pompidou.
  18. ^ "Interior 301". Galerie Alain Gutharc.
  19. ^ "Pro-Choice l'exposition". Fri Art Centre D'Art de Fribourg Kunsthalle Freiburg.
  20. ^ "Revue de Presse Les Possédé(e)s" (PDF). Triangle France.
  21. ^ "K.Acker: The Office / Rulin 'n' freaking, cocurated with Géraldine Gourbe, Marseille, 2011". Triangle France.
  22. ^ "Si vous recevez ceci, vous serez bientôt couverts de gloire: Kara Uzelman". Damien Airault.
  23. ^ "Crash Taste du 5 au 27 novembre 2010". Triangle France.
  24. ^ "Luke Dowd & Yann Gerstberger". Damien Airault.
  25. ^ "Formes Féminines à Triangle". zerodeux.
  26. ^ "Personne ici n'est innocent : Kjersti Andvig, Triangle France, Marseille, 2008". Triangle France.
  27. ^ "The Syndrome of Broadway, cocurated with Le Commissariat, Parc Saint Léger, Pougues-les- Eaux, 2007". Parc Saint Léger.
  28. ^ "Inaccessability and Hierarchical Connectors : Lucas Lenglet, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2007". Palais de Tokyo.
  29. ^ "We are the Robots, Galerie Léo Scheer, Paris, 2007". Paris Art. Archived from the original on 2015-07-03. Retrieved 2016-01-06.

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