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 a member 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.