Art Criticism from a French Perspective

Elisabeth Lebovici is one of the most significant voices on the French art scene today. As an art historian, curator, and critic, she has had a decisive influence on the contemporary discussion about art. The Swedish Art Critics Association (Svenska Konstkritikersamfundet) has invited Elisabeth Lebovici to give a lecture in Stockholm, which is entitled Art Criticism from a French Perspective

Location: IASPIS, Project Studio (Projektateljén), Maria Skolgata 83, Stockholm. Underground/Subway stop: Mariatorget
Date: Thursday, the 27th of March, 6:00 p.m.
Language: English

Admission free

The talk is organized by the Swedish Art Critics Association together with IASPIS, the French embassy, and the Department of Art History at Södertörn University College.

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Elisabeth Lebovici, art historian and critic, has for a long time been a cultural journalist at the daily newspaper Libération (1990-2005). Previously, she was the editor of Beaux-Arts Magazine and A. Les aventures de l’art.
She has written extensively for the art press, for catalogues, and artists’ books; among her last contributions: “Manifeste post-feministe” (FRAC Lorraine, 2008), “Temporalités Féministes” (Multitudes, 2008), Louise Bourgeois (Tate Modern and Centre Pompidou, 2007-8), Zoe Leonard (2007 and 1998), “Passage du temps” (2007), “Gender Battle” (2007) and “Global Feminisms” (2007).
She recently published the results of 8 years of research: a book co-written with Catherine Gonnard, entitled Femmes artistes/Artistes femmes, Paris de 1880 à nos jours (Hazan, 2007).
Together with Patricia Falguières, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Natasa Petresin Bachelez, she holds a weekly seminar at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris.
She is currently working on “L’Argent”, an exhibition with Caroline Bourgeois at Le Plateau/FRAC Ile de France, opening on June 15th.