Curatorial research and the reproduction of artworks
An investigation within the collections of the French national fund of contemporary art (set up 1791) leading to question the changing approaches to artworks’ reproduction in the last two centuries (from the 19th century copies to the postmodernist reappropriations in visual art, fashion and design) and to highlight the different cultural values and specific socio-political contexts behind the production of these works.
Grant for Curatorial Research, 2016
CNAP | Centre national des arts plastiques, Paris

Image: Agnès Varda, Autoportrait à Venise (1959)  | b&w photography