Richard Neyroud (born in Annecy, 1986) is an independant curator, graduated of a Licence of Art History at Rennes 2 University & a Master’s degree in Contemporary Art History at the Université libre of Brussels. In 2010, he co-founded [or nothing], curatorial platform, today based between Basel, Brussels & Mulhouse, and composed with the artists & curators Louise Bernatowiez, Martin Chramosta & Michela Sacchetto:

From 2011 to 2013, he was Project Assistant at CAC Château des Adhémar—Contemporary art center in Montélimar, France. Since December 2013, he is part of the CRAC Alsace team, Centre rhénan d’art contemporain, in Altkirch, as Head of Education & Communication where he experiments collaborative processes between artists and the audience.

In 2020, he co-funded WIR, a new collective of editors, curators & graphic designer, with Jean-François Caro, Marie Lécrivain & Thomas Patier. They are currently based between Belfort, Brussels, Mulhouse & Nancy (Belgium & France).

He is a member of Plan d’Est—Pôle arts visuels Grand Est and c-e-a, association française des commissaires d’exposition.


© Image cover: Djuna Barnes, from ‘Ladies Almanach’, 1928.