Muriel Enjalran

FRAC director

Muriel Enjalran is an art critic and curator. She has been the
director of the Frac Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur in Marseille since
2021. Prior to that, she was general secretary for d.c.a, French
Association for the Development of Centres d’Art from 2006 to
2015, before running the CRP / center for contemporary image and
photography in Hauts-de-France. Her research examines artists’
involvement in public space, particularly exploring art activism in
the field of history, and the possibilities of visual sociology. She
served as associate curator for the first edition of the Biennale de
Belleville and for the Marrakesh Biennale. She specialises in the
work of Hamish Fulton and was guest curator for his monographic
exhibition En marchant at the Crac Occitanie in Sète in 2014. She
contributes on a regular basis to artists’ catalogues and books. In
addition to collaborating with Independent Curators International
in New York since 2012, she is also a member of the International
Association of Art Critics (AICA). She was awarded a curatorial
residency at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago in 2015, for
research into socially engaged artistic practices. In 2020, she joined
the committee of experts organising the cultural programme for
the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics.