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Founder and President of Parcours Saint Germain

After a degree in contemporary art history, Anne-Pierre d’Albis-Ganem becomes an advisor at the design and architecture department of the Centre Georges Pompidou, for retrospective exhibits of famous designers Ettore Sottsass and Gaetano Pesce. Freelance consultant from 1996 to 1998 at the Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, she organizes the first symposium about the « artists status around the world » for the UNESCO. Then, she becomes a contemporary art advisor for the Giorgio Armani France Company, and exhibits artists at the Emporio Armani store, boulevard Saint-Germain. In 2000, she creates the « Parcours Saint-Germain », major art exhibition that takes place in this famous neighborhood, where she invites around 30 artists to display their works of art in places such as luxury stores, cafés, public gardens… She is in charge of the curating, the management and the production of this event. A partnership with France Cultures allows the exhibit to travel to different destinations around the world (Manila, Singapore, Bangkok, Brazil, Mexico, eastern Europe.).