Marie Muracciole

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Marie Muracciole is a writer and curator based in Paris and Beirut.[1]

She is the director of the Beirut Art Center [2] since February 2014.[3] She is also a cinema and video theory professor at the École Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Bordeaux.

She curated numerous exhibition including Yto Barrada RIffs at the Deutsche Guggenheim,[4] at The Renaissance Society, Chicago,[5] Allan Sekula Disassembled Movies 1972–2012 at Akbank Sanat, Istambul [6] in collaboration with Ali Akay.

She contributes to Texte zur Kunst, Berlin, and to the French art magazines Les Cahiers du Musée d'Art Moderne, Art Press, 20/27. Among her publications, Contre-courants: à propos d’Allan Sekula et d’Aerospace, in Jeux sérieux, (HEAD), 2015, Something New About Plants, Genealogy Tree, in Yto Barrada (JPRingier, 2013); A Love Story, Transportations, in Amar Kanwar: Evidence (Fotomuseum Winterthur/Steidl, 2012); Memory's body. “Retrospective” by Xavier Le Roy, in Texte zur Kunst, 2011/12; Tomorrow Never Knows, Peter Roehr, in 20/27 n°5, 2010.

She is the editor of Photography at Work: Allan Sekula published by the Beirut Art Center (Beirut, 2017), Allan Sekula's writing published by the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts (Paris, 2013), Yto Barrada Riffs (Berlin: Deutsche Guggenheim, 2011), Claude Closky Climb at Your Own Risk (Naples: Electa, 2007)

She has held positions as head of the cultural department at Paris’s Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume from 1991 until 2011.


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Marie Muracciole collaboration to the Centre Pompidou, Paris