Elisabeth Lebovici

completed a PhD in Aesthetics in 1983.  She has been writing art criticism since 1985, and was an arts and culture editor for Libération, from 1991 to 2006. She is actually a freelance writer and has opened a blog: http://le-beau-vice.blogspot.com

She has been involved since the 1990’s into writing on feminism, aids activism, queer politics and contemporary arts. In 1998, she edited « L’Intime » (Paris, ensb-a). She is the author, with Catherine Gonnard, of a history of women artists in France between 1880 and nowadays :  « Femmes/artistes, Artistes/femmes, Paris de 1880 à nos jours  (Paris, Hazan, 2007). Amongst the exhibitions she co-curated : Beau comme un Camion at the European Lesbian and Gay Pride (Paris, 1997)„Xn 99“ et „Xn00“ at the Espace des Arts in Châlon sur Saône (France), „L’Argent“ at the Plateau/FRAC Ile de France (2008). Actually "chargée de conférences" at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, she is in charge (with Patricia Falguières, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Natasa Petresin-Bachelez) of a weekly seminar  entitled: « Something You Should Know: Artists and Producers ».

Related Lab(s): Was ist Verrat? (2010/2011)

Related Publication(s): Was ist Verrat?