Histories of modernologists.
Marjolaine Lévy has a doctorate in contemporary art history from the University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), is an art critic and teaches art history at EESAB (Rennes) and Ensad (Paris).
She is the author, among other essays and exhibition catalogues, of Les Modernologues (Mamco, 2017) and edited the book 20 ans d'art en France. Une histoire sinon rien. (Flammarion, 2018), a vast panorama of the French art scene from 1999 to today. She is a regular contributor to the Cahiers du Musée national d'art moderne and the journal Interwoven. She is currently working on a research project on art, décor and television.
She curated the exhibitions "Des mots et des choses" at the Frac Bretagne in spring 2019, "26 x Bauhaus", a travelling project presented in 2019 in the French institutes of Berlin, Bremen and Munich, as well as "Histoires d'abstraction. Greenberg's Nightmare" in 2022 at the Pernod Ricard Foundation. She is working on an exhibition about formalism in the contemporary art landscape.