Staff profiles

Production and Mediation

Olivia Davidson

Head of Exhibitions and Events Unit

Olivia Davidson joined Agence France-Muséums in June 2014.

Olivia Davidson has Master degrees in preventive conservation and cultural projects management. She has had several years of experience in collection management and exhibitions services at the FIAC Paris, the Palais de Tokyo and the Réunion des Musées Nationaux. In 2009 she joined the Centre Pompidou-Metz preparatory team as Head of Collection Management for the opening and for "Masterpieces?", the inaugural exhibition. She was then in charge of the overall coordination of international exhibitions including "1917" and "Views from above" before heading the Exhibitions and Live Performance Production Department (5000 square meters for the exhibition space, 2 performance halls).

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Annabelle Lacour

Exhibition and Research Manager

Annabelle Lacour a rejoint l’Agence France-Muséums en août 2016 en tant que Chargée de recherches et d’expositions.

Diplômée en Muséologie et titulaire ​d’un Master de Recherche en Histoire de l’Art à l’Ecole du Louvre avec une spécialisation en Histoire de la photographie, elle est également titulaire d’un Master en gestion du Patrimoine culturel à l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Elle a collaboré aux opérations de conservation et de conception d’expositions au sein des départements en charge des collections photographiques à la National Gallery of Australia à Canberra, puis au Musée d’Orsay. Elle a participé à l’élaboration de projets de mécénat de la Fondation d’entreprise Neuflize Vie pour la photographie contemporaine, avant d’intégrer le pôle Production du Centre Pompidou-Metz en 2014 où elle a contribué à la coordination, production et régie des expositions « Leiris & Co. », « Sublime » et « Entre deux horizons ». Elle a mené des recherches et publié sur les sujets liés à la photographie en Indonésie pendant la période coloniale.

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Claire Monneraye

Exhibition Manager

Claire Monneraye joined Agence France-Muséums in January 2018 as Exhibition Manager.

After studying Literature and Philosophy, Claire Monneraye graduated with a Bachelor in Art History and a Master in Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies. She worked at the Centre Pompidou and at the Réunion des Musées Nationaux - Grand Palais as Exhibition Registrar and Exhibition Project Manager. Her projects included Louise Bourgeois (Tate Modern ; Centre Pompidou ; Guggenheim Museum, New York), Picasso - Cézanne (Musée Granet, Aix-en-Provence), Tao - Another Way of Being (Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais), Orientalism in Europe (Kunsthalle der Hypo Kulturstiftung, Münich ; Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique ; La Vieille Charité, Marseille) et Monumenta 2011 - Anish Kapoor (Grand Palais).
In 2011, she joined the Australian Centre for Photography, Australia’s leading organisation dedicated to the photographic medium. As the Curator, she accompanied the institution’s transition towards a new model through redefining the curatorial identity and programming strategy. With curatorial interests spanning a wide range of photographic expressions, she published essays, took part in symposiums and curated numerous exhibitions of various scale and in a diversity of local and international contexts.


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Alice Rivollier

Exhibition Manager

Alice Rivollier joined Agence France-Muséums in August 2017 as Exhibition Manager.

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Marie Knidler

Exhibition Registrar

Marie Knidler joined Agence France-Muséums in July 2017 as Exhibition Registrar.

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Sandra Mazière

Exhibition Registrar

Sandra Mazière joined Agence France-Muséums in November 2017 as Exhibition Registrar.

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Louise Delestre

Multimedia Production and Art Commissions Manager

Louise Delestre joined Agence France-Muséums in November 2013 as  Art Commissions and Multimedia Production Manager (see Production and Mediation)

She has a Master’s degree in Cultural Projects Design and Management, and Bachelor’s degrees in History of Art and Performing Arts (Universités Paris I and Paris III). She first worked at Eva Albarran Agency for the 2008 edition of Nuit Blanche (dusk to dawn outdoors arts festival), where she coordinated the production of contemporary art installations in Paris. She then worked at the Centre Pompidou, where for three years she was in charge of research and coordination for the "Paris-Delhi-Bombay..." exhibition. As assistant to the curators, she monitored the commissions for artworks and liaised with the 47 guest artists. She joined the Agence France-Muséums in 2012 as Project Officer for the editorial coordination of the catalogue Birth of a museum, the production of multimedia tools for the preliminary exhibition and the monitoring of the contemporary art commissions for the Louvre Abu Dhabi. In 2013, Louise Delestre also worked for the Palais de Tokyo as Production Officer for the exhibition by the artist Philippe Parreno.

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Paule Mourani

Education, Family and Groups Mediation Manager

Paule Mourani joined Agence France-Muséums in February 2010 as Education, Family and Groups Mediation Manager.

She has a Master 2 in Management of Cultural Organisations from Université Paris-Dauphine and is a former student of INALCO, graduate of IESA and holds a Masters Degree in History of the Contemporary Arab World from the Université Paris IV-Sorbonne. She has several years’ experience in organising cultural events in Lebanon and has recently worked for 8 years at the Institut du Monde Arabe in various functions related to educational activities and cultural programming.

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Matthieu Thenoz

Financial and Operating Senior Officer – Production and Education department

Matthieu Thenoz joined Agence France-Muséums in April 2008 as an Acquisitions Officer. He became in Spring 2015 Financial and Operating Senior Officer for Production and Education.

He has a degree in Law (Université Jean Moulin-Lyon III) and Art History (Université Paris IV-Sorbonne). He held various positions in the film industry before beginning in 2005 a third career devoted to carrying out cultural projects. After temporary assignments within a company foundation, then the Mission des métiers d’art at the Ministry of Culture and Communication, he joined the Musée d’Orsay. Officer in Charge of Storage and Inventory, he then became responsible for questions relating to the museum’s acquisitions of artworks.

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