Charlotte Laubard, Curator of the exhibition at the Swiss Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, Photo: KEYSTONE / Gaëtan Bally. Cortesía de Pickles PR

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Directora del CAPC - Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Burdeos, desde octubre de 2006 a febrero de 2014, cuando fue sustituida por la comisaria colombiana María Inés Rodriguez. Laubard ha sido comisaria asociada del Centro de Arte Contemporáneo PS1 en Nueva York, entre 1999 y 2000, comisaria asistente en el Castello di Rivoli Museo d Arte Contemporanea de Rivoli, Turín, entre 2002 y 2005, y consultora para la apertura de la Fundación Victor Pinchuk de Arte Contemporáneo de Kiev, entre enero de 2005 y septiembre de 2006. En marzo de 2018, fue nombrada comisaria del Pabellón de Suiza de la Biennale di Venezia en 2019 Bio (english) In march 2018, Charlotte Laubard was appointed curator of the Swiss Pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia in 2019. As Professor and Head of the Visual Arts Department at HEAD – Geneva School of Art and Design, Charlotte Laubard’s research focuses on the uses and value of art, on the impact of digital technology on a society undergoing profound cultural transformation, and on self-learning practices. Currently the artistic director of the LiveInYourHead space in Geneva, she is also the co-founder of the «Société suisse des Nouveaux commanditaires» («New Patrons»), which develops the participatory agenda for public art commissions in Switzerland, and where she now serves as responsible and mediator. Holding a master in art history, Charlotte Laubard was director of CAPC, Muséed’art contemporain of Bordeaux, from 2006 to 2014 where she developed a multi-faceted programme of 50 temporary exhibitions and over 200 multidisciplinary events. In 2006, she worked as a consultant for the Victor Pinchuk Foundation on the opening of its contemporary art centre in Kiev, and she has also collaborated with numerous contemporary art galleries, festivals and institutions. In addition to curating several major exhibitions at CAPC, including Sigma, avant-garde festival 1965–96 (2013), the Michel Majerus retrospective (2012), and Jim Shaw, Left Behind (2010), Laubard recently served as the Artistic Director of the 2017 edition of the Nuit Blanche in Paris, a venture that brought together some 30 projects striving to «Faire œuvre commune».

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