Since 1996, Fabrice Bousteau has been editorial director and editor of Beaux Arts Magazine, and for a year as editorial director for Le Quotidien de l'Art.
He is also art critic and curator of several exhibitions, cultural strategy consultant, program producer for France Culture Radio and author of art books.
A former student of Hautes Etudes Commerciales and the Higher Institute of Cultural Management, he also participated in the program Tout arrive, was producer of the show Surexposition on France Culture, and also columnist on BFM radio.
He has been one of the founders of Abu Dhabi Art since 2009 and an advisor on acquisitions and installations at Domaine Pommery since 2004 as well as the Grand Paris commission.
Fabrice Bousteau has curated the exhibitions:
- La Belle Vie Numérique ! (The Digital Beauty!) at the EDF Foundation, Paris, (November 2017 - March 2018)
- Tu dois changer ta vie ! (You have to change your life!) Renaissance, Lille 3000, Tripostal, Lille, (September 2015 - January 2016)
- Small Art is Beautiful, Dharma, on Indian Contemporary Art, Beirut Art Fair, 2014
- Small is beautiful, Abu Dhabi Art, 2013
- ISLAND, the Game of LIFE, TCA / Abu Dhabi, (October 2012 - January 2013)
- Paris-Delhi-Bombay on Indian Contemporary Art, Center Pompidou, (May - September 2011)
- Panorama 12, Soft Machine, the Fresnoy, 2010
He has also worked on the design, design and international organization of Mobile Art for Chanel, a traveling exhibition with bold design by Zaha Hadid, Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York, 2008.
International consultant and advisor for several artists, foundations and fairs of art he participates in the artistic direction of several cultural projects and the development of cultural strategies.
In 2007 he founded La Société Molle, a company that today brings together designers, scenographers, graphic designers, video creators and lighting designers whose collaboration is the fruit of several years of sharing and common conceptual research. The team participates in the design of art exhibitions, offers the staging of collections and the scenography of exhibitions or events to provide a complete and consistent response.
Credits for the visuals used
1-ENCOREUNESTP, Insta’mirror, Crédit photo ©encoreunestp
2-ENCOREUNESTP, Insta’mirror, Crédit photo ©monsieurro
FANNY BOUYAGUI - ART POINT M
1-FANNY BOUYAGUI - ART POINT M, Sun City, 2015, Mons, Belgique, Crédit photo ©Jacob Khrist
3-ART POINT M, Sun City, 2015, Mons, Belgique_Crédit photo ©Jacob Khrist
1-HANIF KURESHI, Cutout Project, Shivanand, 2017, Goa, Inde ©DR
3-HANIF KURESHI, Cutout Project, Tourist, 2017, Goa, Inde ©DR
1-LEANDRO ERLICH, Bâtiment, 2004, Nuit Blanche, Paris, France, Crédit photo ©Leandro Erlich Studio
1-LILIAN BOURGEAT, Banc Public, Orebrö, Suède, Crédit photo ©Susanne Flink
2-LILIAN BOURGEAT, Banc Public, Neuchâtel, Suisse, Crédit photo ©Sully Balmassière
2-MATTEO NASINI, Untitled Pass Through, 2015, Orto Botanico, Palerme, ©DR
3-MATTEO NASINI, Untitled Pass Through, 2015, Orto Botanico, Palerme, ©DR
1-PABLO VALBUENA, kinematope [croisement], 2018, ©DR
2-PABLO VALBUENA, Gyrotope - Commission for the Grand Paris Express, 2016, Courtesy Pablo Valbuena ©DR
1-SOUNDWALK COLLECTIVE, Portrait, Credit Photo ©Dasha Redkina Berlin
2-SOUNDWALK COLLECTIVE, Credit Photo ©Dasha Redkina
1- VINCENT LAMOUROUX, Projection (Buttes Chaumont), 2012 ©DR
3- VINCENT LAMOUROUX, Projection (Buttes Chaumont), 2012 ©DR
Artistic Direction / Fabrice Bousteau
Artistic Coordination / Lef Kazouka
Artistic content / Nadège Lécuyer
Design / Jean-Baptiste Lepeltier
For La Société Molle
In collaboration with jigsaw and Supporter l'art
Production / Eva Albarran
Graphic design / Prototype
Communication / jigsaw