Delphine Fournier new visual arts delegate

Former adviser to Audrey Azoulay and Roselyne Bachelot, Delphine Fournier (49) has been appointed delegate for visual arts at the general direction of artistic creation (DGCA) of the Ministry of Culture, according to Press Correspondence. She replaces François Quintin who joined the Lambert Collection in Avignon this summer.

Holder of a master’s degree in art history and museography and a master 2 in “cultural project management, cultural professions and cultural policies”, she was responsible for public relations at the biennial of contemporary art and at the Dance Biennale in Lyon, for four years.

From 2004 to 2005, she was in charge of development within the Label Gummi Gummi, then in charge of press relations for the Maison des cultures du monde from 2005 to 2006. Head of the training department and secretary of the Federation of professionals in contemporary art, from 2006 to 2013, she was then delegated to the professional committee of art galleries until 2016.

Delphine Fournier worked at the Ministry of Culture as an adviser in charge of plastic arts, design and fashion in Audrey Azoulay’s office from April 2016 to May 2017, then as an adviser in charge of creation, performing arts and festivals at Roselyne Bachelot’s office, from December 2021 to May 2022. Between these two missions, she had consulting activities.

The Visual Arts Delegation is a sub-delegation of the Visual Arts, Dance, Music, Theater and Associated Arts Delegation, itself attached to the Department of Artistic Creation of the Ministry. Its field of expertise includes visual arts, photography, crafts, design and fashion. It is responsible for monitoring economic issues relating to the exercise of professions working in these fields.

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