Dorothée Dupuis lecture now online
April 26, 2018
On January 11, we were fortunate to host Dorothée Dupuis of Terremoto delivering a lecture about the publication. Depuis is a French curator, writer and editor based in Mexico City since 2012. Founder and editor of Terremoto, she is also co-director of Petunia magazine. Dupuis is a dedicated feminist, her curatorial practice and writings seek to expose, question and challenge power structures in the field of art. She was director of Triangle France in Marseille from 2007 to 2012. In Mexico, she curated exhibitions and projects at Lodos (Mexico City), Parallel Oaxaca (Oaxaca), IFAL Casa de Francia (Mexico City) and PAOS (Guadalajara).
She is a regular contributor of Frieze (UK), Flash Art (IT) and Crash (FR). In Mexico her writing has appeared in Terremoto, Harper’s Bazaar, I-D, Vice and ANIMAL. Her writing has also been published in several exhibition catalogs and publications including: ArtReview (UK), Frieze (UK), Kaleidoscope (IT), Metropolis M (NL), Mousse (IT) and Spike (DE), among others.
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