Director of Beaux-Arts de Paris

Jean de Loisy has been Director of Beaux-Arts de Paris since January 2019. He was previously President of the Palais de Tokyo (2011-2018) and has held various functions in many cultural institutions (Centre Pompidou, Fondation Cartier, etc.). As part of his activities as independent curator, Jean de Loisy has participated in numerous international events including the Venice Biennale in 1993 and in 2011, organized the Biennale of Gwangju as well as landmark historical exhibitions such as "Out of bounds – art and Life" (1995), "Traces of the Sacred" at the Centre Georges Pompidou (2008) or "La Beauté" in Avignon (2000), "Monumenta/Anish Kapoor" at the Grand Palais (2011), "The Masters of Disorder" at the Museum of the Quay Branly (2012), "Simple Forms" in  Centre Pompidou-Metz (2014), "A Brief History of the Future" at the Louvre Museum in 2015 or "Monumenta/Huang Yong Ping" at the Grand Palais in 2016.