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AT CONNECT | Building AWARE with Camille Morineau

July 22, 2020 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Image: Camille Morineau, credit: Photo Valerie Archeno

In response to our current state of distance, ArtTable is shifting programming online where we can. This event will take place as a live conversation! Registration is open to members only. Suggested donation of $15.00. We hope to see you there!

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ArtTable is expanding its CONNECT program to intimate online discussions open to members nationally across chapters. Originally designed to further encourage one-to-one networking amongst its members in DC, CONNECT transitioned to a virtual lunch hour conversation series designed to allow members to ask questions outside their day-to-day areas of expertise.

This week we’ll hear from Camille Morineau, Director and Co-Founder of AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions, on building AWARE.

Based in Paris, AWARE is a French non-profit organization dedicated to the creation, indexation and distribution of information on women artists of the 20th century. This year, The Armory Show in New York partnered with AWARE on a new juried award to recognize the best booth dedicated to a solo presentation of a female artist, awarding $10,000 to the artist or her estate.

With degrees from both the École normale supérieure and the Institut national du patrimoine, Camille Morineau has worked for twenty years in public cultural institutions in France, including ten years as curator of the contemporary collections at the musée national d’Art moderne – Centre Georges-Pompidou (Paris). She has curated numerous exhibitions there, including Yves Klein (2006), Gerhard Richter (2012), Roy Lichtenstein (2013), and the site elles@centrepompidou (2009-2011) dedicated solely to female artists from the collections of the musée national d’Art moderne.

She has also curated several exhibitions as a free-lance curator, including Niki de Saint Phalle at RMN – Grand Palais (Paris, 2014) and Guggenheim Bilbao (2016), Ceramix. From Rodin to Schütte, about the use of ceramics by artists of the 20th and 21st century, at Bonnefanten Museum Maastricht (2015) and La maison rouge, Fondation Antoine de Galbert, with Manufacture de Sèvres (Paris, 2016). From 2016 to October 2019, she has been the director of exhibitions and collections at Monnaie de Paris, where she has curated the following exhibitions: Women House, also shown at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington (2017-2018), Floor-naments, an exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of the Centre Pompidou (2017), Subodh Gupta (2018), Thomas Schütte (2019), Kiki Smith (2019-2020).


July 22, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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