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 trans/feminist, post-Marxist, and decolonial theories. Dupuis is the founder of the magazine, based in Mexico City, where she currently works as director and chief-editor. She is also co-director of feminist magazine Petunia with Lili Reynaud Dewar and Valérie Chartrain.  Dupuis’s writings have been published in numerous art catalogs and publications such as Frieze (London), Flash Art (Milan), Spike Art Daily (Vienna) and Crash Magazine (Paris). 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.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. Past exhibition projects include Prochoice at Fri-art, Fribourg (with Petunia), 2013, Dewar et Gicquel, Prix Marcel Duchamp, Centre Pompidou, 2013, Free circulation of symbolic capital, Loevenbruck, Paris, 2014, Moucharabieh, Triangle France, Marseille, 2015, Journal d’un travailleur métèque du futur, FRAC Pays de Loire, Carquefou, 2016, Regañando, Squash Editions, Mexico, 2017, The Green Goddess, Lille3000, France, 2019, Call Giovanni, Galería Revolver, Lima, 2019, XYXX010101000, Galería CURRO, Guadalajara, 2019. Current projects include IN VIVO, a solo exhibition of Caroline Mesquita at Pivô, São Paulo, that opened in October 2020, and The Green Goddess Reloaded that opens in March, 2021, at the Museo de Arte Zapopan, Mexico.

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TERREMOTO | Dorothée Dupuis

Dorothée Dupuis, Terremoto’s founder, director and editor-in-chief, will speak about the origins of the project as well as independent art criticism and journalism.

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2017 Curatorial Intensive in New Orleans: Public Symposium

The Curatorial Intensive participants of the 2017 New Orleans program will each present their exhibition and project proposals, which they have developed over the course of the program.

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Curatorial Intensive in New Orleans

ICI returns to New Orleans this March for the third Curatorial Intensive in the city since 2015.

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