Dorothée Dupuis

(b. 1980 in Paris, France) is a curator, author and publisher based between France and Mexico City. Trained at the Centre Pompidou, co-founder of Le Commissariat in 2006 in Paris, she was the director of Triangle France in Marseille from 2007 until 2012. A dedicated feminist, she is co-director of the magazine Petunia. Her curatorial and writing practice seeks to question, expose and challenge existing power structures within the visual arts. Recent projects include: Dewar & Gicquel (Prix Marcel Duchamp 2012) at the Centre Pompidou, 2013; Pro-choice at Kunsthalle Freiburg, Switzerland, curated with Petunia, 2013; Momentum? May be it’s time… also with Petunia at PSM Gallery in Berlin, 2014. She is the 2014 guest curator of Les Ateliers des Arques residency program in the Lot region in France. Since September 2013, she has hosted terremoto.mx, a blog about contemporary art in the broader Central/North American region. Her writings have appeared in numerous exhibition catalogues as well as art publications such as Spike, Metropolis M, Mousse, Kaleidoscope, ArtReview, among others.