Marie-Pierre Bonniol

Marie-Pierre Bonniol

Photo credit: David Stieffenhofer/Studio Walter, 2023

Marie-Pierre Bonniol (*1978, Marseille, France) is a Berlin based artist, curator and researcher who works internationally. She graduated in Visual arts (MFA) and in Aesthetics and Sciences of Arts (MA) from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her main research focuses on the dynamics and matrices of creation, transformation and transmission, with a particular interest in the myth of Bachelor machines, books and collections.

Her work takes the form of photos, films, assemblages, texts, talks, programmes and dispositives, which have been presented by several institutions such as in ZKM in Karlsruhe, Anthology Film Archives and the Film-Maker’s Cooperative in New York, Fondation Cartier and Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris, Le lieu unique in Nantes, Centre Pompidou in Metz, CAPC in Bordeaux, CCCB in Barcelona, Cafe OTO in London, LagosPhoto in Nigeria and the National library of Argentina. In recent years, her projects have been awarded the Joseph Rovan Prize as well as being laureate of the CURA program of the French Ministry of Culture.

In 2024 and 2025, she is presenting a cycle of three exhibitions and talks on bibliophilia and collections at CEAAC and the National Academic Library within Strasbourg UNESCO World Book Capital. She is also associate visual art curator of Le Volcan in Le Havre, and associate artist and curator of the program Power(s) of Water presented by Villa Albertine and Goethe-Institut Boston.

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