Agnès DahanSpeakers, 2017
Agnès Dahan is an independent art director, and founded a studio in 2004 specializing in publishing and visual identity in the fields of design, photography, contemporary art and the performing arts. She collaborates with numerous museums and publishing houses in France and abroad: Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Le Bal, La Fondation Cartier, the MEP, Palais des Beaux-arts de Lille, the MUcEM in Marseille, Le Lieu Unique in Nantes…
She also develops 3D graphic work in the form of exhibition signage, in collaboration with the architects, scenographers and curators: Patrick Bouchain, Chantal Pontbriand, Constance Guisset, Laurent Lebon… Since 2015, she has been art director of two publications: La Revue du Crieur (Médiapart/La Découverte) and the albums 100 Photos pour la Liberté de la Presse (RSF).
In 2008, the studio was awarded the Prix des Plus Beaux Livres Français for Topologie de l’Invisible about the choreographer Angelin Preljocaj (naïve), then in July 2016, the FILAF d’Or for the book Avant l’Avant-garde (Textuel) created in partnership with Clément Chéroux, ex-curator of photography at the Centre Pompidou.