Pauline de La Boulaye studied contemporary history and social sciences (Paris 10, Institut d’études européennes Paris 8). Since 1998 she has organized exhibitions and conferences and undertaken research for museums, local authorities and private and corporate collectors. A contributing writer of several magazines, she’s been giving lectures at ISELP in Brussels since 2012 and in high schools (curatorial master, royal academy of fine arts and centrale for contemporary art, Brussels 2015 / le Septantecinq / la Cambre).
A writer and independent curator, her work covers visual arts, architecture, performing arts, public space, museums, ethnography, fictions, institutions, and always has a historical or philosophical connection. One of her projects, for the auctioneers Artcurial in Paris, involved setting up an original series of debates on current affairs as reflected in art.