Critic and curatorial residency program from Nice

Stay of Camille Paulhan from 19 to 26 April 2017

ACROSS #10 – April 2017

Camille Paulhan (1986 – France) is an art historian and critic, who lives and works between Paris and Bayonne.
She studied Art history at the Sorbonne where she defended in 2014 a PhD on the perishable in the art of the 1960s-1970s.
She is a member of AICA France and has published articles in specialized periodicals such as art press, Facettes, Marges, Esse, Talweg or La Belle Revue; she is also a correspondant for the Hippocampe magazine, based in Lyon. For several years, she was a member of the platform Portraits, which aims at promoting young artists through analytic texts. She also regularly writes for exhibition catalogues: for the ENSBA, for instance, on the school’s young graduates, or for the FRAC Bretagne.
She was recently a curator for the “Paperolles” exhibition at the galery 22,48m² in Paris.
She was a reporter for individual help to creation at the DRAC Île-de-France, and currently teaches at the Bayonne art school, and the Rocailles higher art school in Biarritz.
She has started in early 2016 a series on thankyouforcoming about artists’ workshops.

BAGUENAUDE NIÇOISE (Strolling Through Nice)

Saturday, April 22, 2017
Old Nice