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How female artists are seen and perceived within the history of art in the 20th century



A new angle on art with Camille Morineau …

Thursday 28th January

Debate from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm followed by a seated dinner with the curator (price includes dinner).

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Camille Claudel, Sonia Delaunay, Frida Khalo, Berthe Morisot, world-famous female artists we are happy to present, yet always mentioned in conjunction with their partner’s name.
What has been the role of women in the art world? Have critics and collectors received them in the same way as male artists?

Camille Morineau will discuss these questions with you and will explore with you what is being done and how the Art World is changing.


Price includes dinner.


Camille Morineau’s academic training is in History (Ecole Normale Supérieure), and she subsequently graduated in Curating Studies (Institut National du Patrimoine) where she received multi-annual grants.

She has worked in different prestigious institutions devoted to modern and contemporary art in Paris: the Musée d’art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Public Commission Program of Ville de Paris and and then the Centre Pompidou where she has been Senior Curator of Contemporary Collections for over ten years.
Amongst her specialties, Camille has a unique and internationally acclaimed expertise in the subject of the XXth century female artists. She recently curated “elles@centrepompidou” an exhibition which received 2.5 million visitors, among whom Barak Obama in June 2009.

She has successfully curated retrospectives of contemporary masters such as the Yves Klein retrospective in 2006, the Gerhard Richter retrospective in 2011, the Roy Lichtenstein retrospective in July 2013 and lately the Niki de Saint Phalle in the Grand Palais, Paris, now moving to the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

She published “Artistes femmes de 1905 à nos jours”, Centre Pompidou, 2010.


from 7:00 pm


Morton’s Club, 28 Berkeley Square, London W1J 6EN