Chloé Fricout

Chloé Fricout (born in 1983, lives and works in Paris) is a researcher in contemporary art, namely at the crossroads of architecture and urban challenges. In Mexico and then in France, her projects are focused on dispositives (VICO, Videoclub de Operacion Expandida, Prince Claus Foundation Prize, 2011-2015); exhibitions (Foutez-moi la paix avec vos paysages, parlez-moi plutôt du sous sol, Anne-Charlotte Finel, solo show, Gal. Jousse Entreprise 2018; In this Vessel We Should Be Kept, Ayoung Kim, solo show, Palais de Tokyo and Opéra de Paris, 2016; etc.); and written works (Catalogue of Urban Legends, Ed. SEMA, Seoul, 2016 ; Conversación con Santiago Borja, Nerivela 3, Mexico, 2014, etc.). Chloé Fricout is also engaged in artist residency programmes conceived as research laboratories. In 2011, she developed the international residence, the Casa Vecina-Espacio Cultural in Mexico, and then coordinated the Pavillon at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris (2012-2017). Today, she is responsible for projects at the Palais de Tokyo and vice-president of the national network Arts-en-résidence.