about

Kadist Art Foundation is a non-profit visual arts organization that believes the arts make a fundamental contribution to a progressive society. Its programs actively encourage the engagement of artists, often represented in its collection, with the important issues of today to promote their role as cultural agents. Kadist's collections and productions reflect the global scope of contemporary art, and its programs develop collaborations with like-minded artists, curators and many art organizations around the world. Local programs in Kadist's hubs of Paris and San Francisco, including exhibitions, public events, residencies and educational initiatives, aim at creating vibrant conversations about contemporary art and ideas.

Vincent Worms, Chairman


PARIS
 

STAFF
Émilie Villez
Director
Léna Monnier / Élodie Royer
Communications and Collections
Sophie Potelon
Production and Mediation

PROGRAM ADVISORS
Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez
Sandra Terdjman

 

SAN FRANCISCO

STAFF
Pete Belkin
Media and Production
Devon Bella
Collections and Residencies
Arash Fayez
Online Mediation
Marie Martraire
Asia Programs
Alex Matson
Administration
Heidi Rabben
Events and Exhibitions

PROGRAM ADVISORS
Clara Kim
Joseph del Pesco
Kristina Lee Podesva
Xiaoyu Weng
Dominic Willsdon

COLLECTION ADVISORS

Jeremy Lewison
Independent curator, formerly director of collection at Tate, London
Philippe Pirotte
Dean of the Staedelschule and Director of Portikus, Frankfurt
Rozenn Prat
Art Historian and Professor of Visual Arts
Jean-Marc Prévost
Director, Carré d'Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Nîmes
Sandra Terdjman
Independant curator, co-founder of the Kadist Art Foundation


Hou Hanru
Artistic Director of MAXXI National Museum of the XXI Century Arts, Rome
Jens Hoffmann
Deputy Director of the Jewish Museum, New York
Tony Labat
Artist and Director of MFA Programs at San Francisco Art Institute
Larry Rinder
Director, UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

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