Lives and works in Mexico.
Dorothée Dupuis (born in 1980), is a French contemporary art curator, art critic and publisher. Her practice focuses mostly on the intersection of arts and politics, and is informed by feminist, Marxist and postcolonial theories. After assisting curator Christine Macel at the Centre Georges Pompidou for two years, she became director of Triangle France, a non-profit exhibition and residency program in Marseille from 2007 to 2012. Dorothée Dupuis is based in Mexico City from 2012 where she leads independent curatorial projects and runs the magazine Terremoto.mx, dedicated to contemporary art in the Americas (especially Latin). She is also co-director of feminist magazine Petunia.