Anne-Laure Oberson trained as a photographer at ICP in New York and graduated in History of Art in 1996 from the University
She worked as assistant curator for MoMA and directed the Howard Schickler Fine Art gallery in New York, before starting her own
art projects, dealing with site-specificity, visual representations and curatorial practices since 2001.
In her artistic practice, she aims to cross boundaries. She understand her own art production as a multi-disciplinary life project, being in turn photographer, curator, producer, editor or writer.
She has exhibited her photographs and curated shows internationally.
Her latest project, D624 is a site-specific platform open to all artists to participate and experiment with the space and its direct
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