Faculty, History of Design and Curatorial Studies
Juliette Pollet studied at Sciences-Po Paris, where she graduated with a Masters degree in Cultural Management, in parallel with art history studies, completing a Master 1 at Paris IV University. She is heritage curator, in charge of the design and decorative arts collection at Cnap (National Center for Visual arts) since 2013.
She worked with Li Edelkoort in the conception of Oracles du design: un regard sur la collection design du Cnap, exhibition – where the trend forecaster was given a carte blanche, working with the Gaîté Lyrique in 2015. The same year, she was a curator with the designer duo Studio GGSV for Zones de confort, the first installment of an exhibition triptych co-produced with the Ville de Nancy – Galerie Poirel. She took care of, along with Tony Côme, the direction of L’idée de Confort: une anthologie, du zazen au tourisme spatial, a work co-published by Cnap et B42. She co-organised with Constance Rubini, curator and head of Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design (Bordeaux) the exhibition “Houselife” that will open in September 2016.