Bio : Margaux Bonopera (born in 1992) lives and works between Paris and Arles. She holds a bachelor's degree in art history from the École du Louvre, specializing in contemporary art, and a master's degree in curating from the Royal College of Art. She wrote her thesis on the concept of "hantology as a curatorial practice. »

She has worked for various institutions and independent curatorial structures. Since 2017, it has been part of the More Projects curatorial platform, in collaboration with Sergio Verastegui based between Paris and Marseille. Since July 2018 she has been part of the artistic team of the Van Gogh Foundation, Arles as a curatorial assistant.

Since November 2018, she has created an artists' residency in her house in Arles. One week a month, she welcomes an artist, a critic, a curator, a poet into her house at the Opera House. The purpose of this residency is to offer guests the opportunity to study for a week a specific theme or project on which they do not have time to work. There is no request for a result.

2015-2017 : Royal College of Art, EN

MA : Curating Contemporay Art

2010-2014 : Ecole du Louvre Paris

 Bachelor of Art. Senior in Art History and Archeology / Senior in Contemporary Art    

Since July 2018 

• Curator Assistant at Fondation Van Gogh, Arles

• Opening of the Residency program L'Opéra, Arles

September 2017 - June 2018 

• Art Project Assistant at Carmignac Foundation, Paris and Porquerolles

July 2016 - September 2016

Curator assistant at the Sa Sa Bassac Art Center, Phnom Penh 

September 2014 - March 2015 / June 2015

Curator assistant at Fondation Cartier pour l'art Contemporain, Paris, Bruce Nauman's exhibition

October 2012-June 2013

• Foundation director assistant at Bernardaud Foundation for the brand's 150th anniversary, Paris and Limoges