09.03.2022 | 18H30


Hosted by Caroline Hancock


 CARE Program 

Its aim ? To take care of ourselves, to take care of the others and to take care of the planet.
How ? Through various cultural events that raise questions and/or offer solutions.


Come and meet Caroline Hancock, curator of modern and contemporary art and art critic.

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Caroline is invited to speak about women in the ecosystem of the art world. She will notably present the of the association AWARE Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions, founded in Paris in 2014 by Camille Morineau.

The AWARE association aims to rehabilitate underrepresented female artists in art history, works of art, exhibitions and museum collections. Since its creation, it has worked to make women artists of the 19th and 20th centuries visible, producing and posting free bilingual French/English content about their work on its website.

The ambition of AWARE is to rewrite the history of art on an equal footing. Placing women on the same level as their male counterparts and making their works known.


Caroline Hancock is curator of modern and contemporary art at a museum under development in Qatar since 2019.

From 2010 to 2018 she worked as an independent curator, writer, editor and translator based in Paris. She is a member of AICA and regularly writes on modern and contemporary art among which the book about Joanna Drew and the art of exhibitions (Skira, 2018). Between 1998 and 2009, she worked at the Centre Pompidou and MAMVP/ARC in Paris, Tate Modern and the Hayward Gallery in London, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) in Dublin.