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Albertine de Galbert

Born in 1980 in Grenoble, France
Lives and works in Paris, France

After graduating from international relations and cultural management studies, completed between France, the United States and Spain, she joins, for a year, Isabela Mora’s team in Madrid, working for ArtBasel’s public relations. Back to Paris in 2004, she contributes to the creation of a virtual gallery specialized in photography (

In 2005, she joins the production team of the documentary series L’Art et la Manière (26 minute-long portraits of artists broadcasted on the Franco-German TV channel, Arte). With Jean-Paul Boucheny, the producer of the series, she takes part in the artistic direction and the production of more than 60 documentary films, over three years.

Since 2008 she begins to focus her efforts on Contemporary Art in Latin American, and creates a website launched in partnership with the Centre Pompidou in the fall of 2011 at

In conjunction with the development of this project, she is the curator of exhibitions such as “Extracto, contemporary drawings of South American artists” at Catherine Putman Gallery, and “The Charcot Effect”, an installation by the Chilean artist Voluspa Jarpa, at the Maison de l’Amérique latine in Paris. There, she presents the work of 16 artists in the collective show “Voyage Voyage, a disorienting Contemporary Art”, in February 2012.

In 2013, she is part of the jury of the Prix Braque in Buenos Aires and the referent in France for “La Fabrique des images”, a residency program developed between Mexico and France by the IFAL, French Institute of Latin America in Mexico. Moreover, she is the curator of  three exhibitions: “One Million Friends” a monographic show of Iván Argote at the ADN Gallery of Barcelona,  “Artesur, Collective Fictions”, a collective exhibition emanating from, carried out with four international curators and presenting the work of 18 latin american artists at the Palais de Tokyo (Paris), and “La Distance Juste, the tender and the obscene” a collective exhibition at Galerie Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois (Paris). She also presented “Raw Material”, a selection of video at the Centre Pompidou ( Paris) in the context of Prospectif Cinéma.

During 2014, she curated three exhibitions; “Build Up” of the Brazilian artist Luiza Baldan at MdM Gallery (Paris), “La Fascination des Sirènes”, first monographic exhibition of the Paraguayan artist Fredi Casco at la Maison de l’Amérique latine, and was invited to present a selection of artists from the Ruth Benzacar Gallery ( Buenos Aires ) at Galerie Xippas ( Paris)  “Beyond Magic, Ruth Benzacar @ Xippas”.

In 2015, she co-curates “My Buenos Aires” at La maison rouge in Paris, and creates the cooperation program FRACO, encuentros franco-colombianos.

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