Visitors programme for the curators of the Triennale Art & Industrie

09-12 Jun 2022
Visitors programmeFlanders, Brussels and Wallonia
Curators Anna Colin and Camille Richert meet artists from Flanders and Wallonia.

Flanders Arts Institute (Kunstenpunt), the Direction des Arts plastiques and Wallonie-Bruxelles International invite Anna Colin and Camille Richert, co-curators of the second edition of the Triennale Art et Industrie organised by FRAC Grand-Large in 2023 in Hauts-de-France, for a visitor programme to our country.

From 9 to 12 June, they will meet artists in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia.


Anna Colin

Anna Colin is an independent curator, educator, researcher, and gardener based in East Kent, UK. Among other areas of enquiry, Anna is engaged with social practice, critical pedagogy, alternative institutional models, and critical and participatory landscaping. Anna was a co-founder and director of Open School East, an independent art school and community space in London then Margate (2013-20).

She worked as associate curator at Lafayette Anticipations in Paris (2014-20), associate director at Bétonsalon – Centre for art and research, Paris (2011-12), and curator at Gasworks, London (2007-10). In 2015-16, Anna was co-curator, with Lydia Yee, of British Art Show 8 (Leeds, Edinburgh, Norwich, Southampton).

Anna is training in horticulture and garden design, while completing a PhD in the School of Geography at the University of Nottingham. She works as a lecturer on the MFA Curating at Goldsmiths.

Camille Richert

Camille Richert is an art historian and associate researcher to the Centre for History of Sciences Po (CHSP). She graduated from the École normale supérieure de Lyon in contemporary history (2013) and holds a PhD in contemporary art history from the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (2021). Her work is in the field of social history of art. She conducted her doctoral research on the representation of work in contemporary art since 1968.

Camille Richert is currently co-curator of the next “Art and Industry” Triennial in Dunkirk (2023) and works as an independent critic and curator. She previously worked as publications manager at Lafayette Anticipations (2014-2018). She was also responsible for the Sciences Po Prize for Contemporary Art (2017-2020).

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