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Centre for Family Research

 

Biography

Coralie Malissard (b.1993, Paris) is a Curator and Art Historian currently curating an upcoming exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum alongside Susan Golombok entitled We Are Family. Aside from this role, she also works at the Courtauld Gallery as the Bridget Riley Art Foundation Curatorial Assistant. She recently co-curated Modern Drawings: The Karshan Gift, the Courtauld Gallery’s reopening exhibition, and co-edited the accompanying publication. Alongside a number of freelance projects, Coralie was formerly at the Barbican where she worked for over three years as the Assistant Curator of Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde and edited the accompanying publication. During her time there she contributed to research relating to Basquiat: Boom for Real; The Japanese House; Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art and Noguchi. Coralie read Art History here at Cambridge, before undertaking the Curating the Art Museum MA at The Courtauld, graduating in 2015.

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