Vincent Pomarède

  • Vincent Pomarède

  • Vincent Pomarède - FIAC Hors les Murs

    Director of Mediation and Cultural Programming of the musée du Louvre

    An art historian specialising in 19th century French painting, Vincent Pomarède is a heritage curator and, since 2014, the director of Mediation and Cultural Programming at the musée du Louvre. A laureate of the first class of the Ecole Nationale du Patrimoine in 1987, Vincent Pomarède was initially assistant head of the Service de Restauration des musées Classés et Contrôlés. He became a conservator in the painting department of the musée du Louvre in 1991, responsible for the 19th century French painting collections. In 2000, he became the director of the musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon.

    In 2003, he returned to the musée du Louvre to become chief curator and director of the painting department. Vincent Pomarède has curated numerous international exhibitions, notably De Corot aux impressionnistes, donations Moreau-Nélaton, in Paris in 1991; Romanticismo, il nuovo sentimento della natura, in Trento in 1993; Achille-Etna Michallon at the Louvre in 1994; Corot, in Paris, Ottawa, and New York in 1996; Delacroix, les dernières années in Paris and Philadelphia in 1998; Paysages d’Italie in Paris and Mantua in 2001; Théodore Chassériau. Un autre romantisme, in Paris, Strasbourg and New York in 2002; L’école de Barbizon, in Lyon in 2002; Corot, in Madrid and Ferrara in 2005; and Ingres, at the Louvre in 2006.

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