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Christophe Gallois

A graduate of the Curating Contemporary Art course at the Royal College of Art in London, Christophe Gallois (born 1978) has been curator/head of exhibitions at Mudam Luxembourg since 2007.

His curatorial practice, which is intimately linked to the practice of reading, is articulated around notions such as image, time, language, and sound.

At Mudam Luxembourg and in collaboration with institutions such as the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, the Aargauer Kunsthaus, the Whitechapel Gallery in London and the Centre de la photographie Genève, he has been the curator of several major group shows, including The Space of Words (2009) and L’Image papillon (2013), and one-person exhibitions by Guillaume Leblon (2009), John Stezaker (2011), Fiona Tan (2016), Su-Mei Tse (2017), Katinka Bock (2018), Jeff Wall (2018) and LaToya Ruby Frazier (2019). In 2022, he will be the curator of Tina Gillen’s exhibition Faraway So Close, presented in the context of the Luxembourg Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale.

As a writer, he contributes regularly to exhibition catalogues, art magazines and monographs. He has edited publications such as Pensive Images (Edition Cantz, 2015), Katinka Bock. Tomorrow’s Sculpture (Roma Publications, 2019), Su Mei-Tse. Nested (Sternberg Press, 2018) and LaToya Ruby Frazier (Mudam, Mousse Publishing, 2019).